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70e Salute . . . 

DR. HAROLD RICHARDS. Here is a man who loves to teach . . . because he loves people. 
His ability to conduct each class with vigor and freshness and unfailing good humor 
. . . his willingness to help anyone at any time . . . are traits which have endear- 
ed him to countless students. And so, to a fervent Even and a loyal Esteren ... to 
an enthusiastic teacher ... to "my wife Hazel's" husband . . . the class of nineteen 
forty-six dedicates this annual. 

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Our college campus is our looking-glass land . . . Far removed from the 
realistic, modern world is the calm serenity of Westcott, the inspired 
silence of the Library, the majestic guardianship of Bryan. With the 
miraculous burst of dogwood blossoms, in the mist of cold winter nights, 
in the bright beauty of early summer mornings, we are in an enchanted 
country . . . 

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The door to looking-glass land . . .our ivy covered gates 

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Bryan terrace, familiar landmark . 
reminiscent of freshman receptions 

Sun-filled Bryan- Broward arcade, 
favorite after-lunch "smoker". . . 

Pathway to the Alum, with a nickel tor that 
after class coke or that new record on the 
juke box . . . 

Stately pines . . . leafy shadows . . . nostalgic view of 
the Library . . ."The Half of Knowledge is to Know 
Where to Find Knowledge." 

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Millard Caldwell, in his second year in the capacity of 
Governor of the State of Florida, has taken an active in- 
terest in the welfare of Florida State College for Women. 
He has the power to appoint the members of the Board 
of Control, who act as a body under his supervision. 

Five outstanding citizens of Florida make up the Board of Control. Appointed by the governor to serve for 
four years, they hold their meetings once a month. 

The duties of the Board are to supervise the expenditures of appropriations, to appoint the faculty, to advise 
the legislature as to the needs of the different institutions, and to give advice to executive officials. 

Members of the Board include: J. Thomas Gurney, chairman, Orlando; J. Henson Marsham, Jacksonville; 
N. B. Jordan, Quincy; Thomas W. Bryant, Lakeland, and M. Luther Mershon, Miami. 

It has been good to work together these four strenuous, eventful years. 
The class of 1946 has wrought well. Each member has written her own in- 
delible record. Each has made lasting friendships in the proportion that she 
has been friendly. May the years ahead be challenging and satisfying. May 
your remembrances of your college days be richer as you bring to bear upon 
the problems of life the experiences you had at F.S.C.W. 


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Our College Council is the legislative body on campus in 
which Student representatives and Faculty meet together for 
discussion and action upon campus issues. In these confer- 
ences student ideas, presented by Executive Council of C.G.A., 
and suggestions from the Faculty Committee on Student Af- 
fairs are reviewed with equal attention. This combination of 
Students and Faculty help make a better College Government. 
The Faculty Committee on Student affairs, appointed by the 
President of the College to act on all legislation passed by 
the College Council or by Student Senate, also serves as a 
reviewing body on all judicial decisions recom- 
mending severest penalties. This committee 
consists of Dr. Olivia Dorman, chairman, Miss 
Bethea, Dr. Diffenbaugh, Dr. Eyman, Miss 
Hood, Miss Lester, Miss Lynn, Dr. Moore, Dr. 
Schornherst, Miss Warren, Dr. Waskom. 

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Executive Council, composed of the ten major C.G.A. 
officers, constitutes a part of College Council. This coun- 
cil acts in an executive capacity, assisting in the formu- 
lation of policies to be submitted to the College Govern- 
ment Association, or to student Senate. Elected by the 
entire Student Body, Executive Council is composed of 
Madelyn King, Treas. of C.G.A. ; Audrey Perry, Fresh- 
man Adviser; Catherine Barrs, Chairman of Judiciary; 
Peggy Lou Thomas, Chairman of Residence Halls Com- 
mittee; Betty Alday, Chairman of Off- 
Campus Committee; Ann Carolyn Alii- ? 
son, President of C.G.A.; Jimmy Rogers, 
Secretary of C.G.A.; Sarah Lewis, 1st 
Vice-President; Jean Cole, 2nd Vice- 
President; Robin Hill, 3rd Vice-President. 

Car oly n 


y age 19 

Chairman of Senate 

Student Senate, initiator of the greater part of student legis- 
lation was led this year by Sarah Lewis through many tense 
and well-attended meetings. Important work of Senate this 
year included liberalized dating restrictions, light privileges 
extended to Juniors and Sophomores, and a constitutional 
amendment concerning eligibility of candidates. Senate of 
1945-46 deserves a bouquet for the great effort and long 
hours spent to work out problems for the benefit of the stu- 
dents. Student Senate is composed of representatives from 
the classes, from various campus organizations, and mem- 
bers of executive council. 


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Student Forum, organized for the purpose of providing an 
outlet for student opinion and of keeping the campus in- 
formed on both world and campus issues, was under the 
direction of hard-working Robin Hill, third vice-president 
of CGA. Outstanding topic under discussion for the year 
was the question of general education, resulting in the or- 
ganization of reading groups for the purpose of fostering 
interest and participation in contemporary affairs. 

Third Vice-President 


The forum committee assisting the chairman included Barbara 
Wickham, Peggy Lu Thomson, and Dalia Santos. 



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The Judiciary, our highest court, deals with infractions of major college regula- 
tions and works in conjunction with the two divisions of lower court. In coopera- 
tion with the Judiciary Committee Judiciary strives to make the Honor Code more 
effective and more desirable to the students. Pictured on opposite page: Dalia 
Santos, Jean Ann Graham, Jeanne Kosey, Audrey Perry, Ann C. Allison, Catherine 
Barrs, Betty Schwartz, Peggy L. Thomas, Betty Alday, Rosetta Carver, and Babs 

Residence Halls Committee: Peggy Lou Thomas, chairman; Roberta Perkins, Ann 
Parker, Juanita Krentzman, Barbara Irving, Irene Mendoza, Aileen Perry, Anne 
Maclnnes, Joyce Carlton, and Ann Hunter. 

Off-Campus Committee: Betty Alday, chairman; Pat Hornot, Miriam Angell, Betty 
Campbell, Helen Atwater, Lettie Sullivan, Betsy Golden, Shirlee Barish, Mary Baily, 
Lillian Blackwelder, Edna Price, Margaret Palmer, Carolyn King, and Virginia 


House Counci£s 


Each dormitory has a house council which deals 
with petty offenses and aids in solving student 
problems. House Councils are composed of the of- 
ficers of the dormitories with the house director ex- 


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Freshmen Counselors play a very important role 
in the lives of Freshmen and Transfer students 
by orienting them to the school traditions, to 
the regulations, to their responsibility as campus 
citizens, and to the honor code. These girls live 
in the Freshmen halls and are always willing to 
devote a little time to those who need their aid. 

Audrey Perry, as Freshman Advisor, has assisted 
in planning the orientation program and in train- 
ing the counselors. 




Sofe^amwie (fautcil 

Here are those energetic workers of the Blue and White that greet you 
on your very first day at FSCW, check you absent at convo, and perform 
various other tasks on campus. But Sophomore Council isn't all work. 
Week-end at camp and Round-Up are two events eagerly awaited by 

councilors old and new. "That Ole Jean Cole" 
was their fun-loving and capable advisor this 
year, and Jo Ann Long the elected chairman. 
Sophomore Council girls ore tapped at the end 
of their Freshman year on merit of their first 
year's progress and service. 

The Organizations Committee acts as 
coordinator of the extra-curricular or- 
ganizations on campus. Chairman this 
year was Harriet McCarter. 

The Usher Committee serves as ushers at Col- 
lege functions. The committee was under the 
chairmanship of Marjorie Miller. 

Pictured below is the Campus Social Standards 
Council which is responsible for administering 
the social activities of the campus. The Coun- 
cil's chairman of 1945-46 was Alice Walton. 

The Honor Committee in cooperation with the 
Judiciary plans and directs a program for 
promoting the acceptance of the standards of 
the Honor Code by the student body. Chair- 
man was Rosetta Carver. 

The Handbook Committee this year under 
Doris Corry helps edit the handbook for the 
coming year. 

The Codifying Committee, under the head of Mary White, and the Legisla- 
tive Committee, under Peggy Kay, are responsible to College Council and 
make to that body recommendations for changes and simplification in 
student regulations. 

Treasurer of C.G.A. 

"Madelyn King ; Box 238. Enclosed $0.25. 
What is my seat number." Such was the mail 
received by Madelyn King, Treasurer of C.G.A. 
It is Madelyn's job to take care of the finances 
of the Association and collect fines imposed 
by the Association. Helping her is a commit- 
tee from Sophomore Council. 

The Auditing Committee, pictured 
at upper left, under the chairman- 
ship of Margaret McCain, is re- 
sponsible for auditing the books of 
all organizations which receive 
funds from the student activity fee. 
To the Budget Committee, shown 
below, falls the task of allotting the 
student activity fee to such organi- 
zations specified in C.G.A. constitu- 
tion. Chairman for 1945-46 was 
Grace Sims. 

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Academic 'Deaat . . , 

Florida State College is divided into four schools. Each 
of these sections is under the able supervisions of its 
respective dean, whose duty it is to give personal 
assistance to students in their curricular activities and 
problems, in addition to aiding in the selection of the 
student's courses. 

Dean Diffenbaugh of the School of Arts and Sciences, 
and head of the English Department; Dean Eyman of 
the School of Education; Dean Sandels of the School of 
Home Economics; and Dean Kuersteiner of the School 
of Music are FSCW's academic deans. 

Dr. Guy Diffenbaugh 

Dr. Robert Eyman 

Dr. Karl O. Kuersteinsr 

Dr. Margaret Sandels 

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rfctmivuAtnatuAC 'Detutb . . . 

Dr. Olivia N. Dorman 

The administrative body of the college is the hub in the wheel 
of college activities. Administrative deans include Olivia N. 
Dorman, Dean of Students, and head of the Classics Depart- 
ment; Elizabeth G. Andrews, Director of Personnel and 
Placement; Milton Carothers, Registrar; Rod Shaw, Business 
Manager; and Murphy Roy Hinson (not shown), Director of 
the Graduate Division. 

These deans with the President of the College make up ex- 
ecutive council. 

Dr. Elizabeth G. Andrews 

Dr. Milton Carothers 

Mr. Rod Shaw 

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'Defrtf/itmertt freadb . . . 

Beatrice Williams 
Department of Art 

Herman Kurz 
Department of Bacteriology and Botany 

Leland J. Lewis 
Department of Chemistry 

R. L. Goulding 
Principal of Demonstration School 

Sarah P. White 
Department of Health Education 

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Venila Shores 

Department of History, Geography, and 

Political Science 

Anna Forbes Liddell 
Department of Philosphy and Religion 


Louise Richard:on 
Department of Library Science 

Thomas L. Wade 
Department of Mathematics 

Lucy Lester 
Department of Modern Languages 

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Katherine Montgomery 
Dartment of Physical Education 

Harold F. Richards 

Department of Physics 

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Viola Graham 
Department of Physiology 

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Paul F. Finner 
Department of Psychology 

Raymond Bellamy 

Department of Sociology and 

Social Work 

Ezda Deviney 
Department of Zoology 


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Beulah Belle Briley, deceased 

Department of Commerce 

and Economics 

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President Martha Jane Brown 

Vice-President Gladys Lester 

Secretary Etta Fraser 

Treasurer Sara Jane McKelvey 

Representatives to Senate — 

Kit Land, Peggy Kay, Louise Sikes, 
Margaret Winton, Tripp Thompson. 

Parliamentarian . Stella Barineau 

Athletic Manager Frankie Hall 

Se*Uo% @ta<b4, G££tc&i& . . . 

The Senior class in ail its solemn dignity was invested at the first of the year and calmly began 
their last year at Tally. Dressed in caps 'n gowns the Seniors presented Dr. Campbell with a birthday 
present in front of the dining hall, then went horns with him to help eat birthday cake. Before 
leaving for the Christmas Holidays, the class went caroling and ended at the governor's mansion. At 
the last convo the Seniors dropped their dignity long enough to present the Senior Talent Program. 
Gathering for their last class meeting the class of '46 chose Martha Jane Brown permanent presi- 
dent and Dink Ashton permanent secretary of thsir class. Finally the great day arrived, and the 
Seniors donned their caps 'n gowns for the last time and received their coveted diplomas. 

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Carolyn Abrams-- Fort Union, Va. 

Joyce Airth West Palm Beach 

Mollie Albritton. ... Lake Wales 

Betty Alday Gainesville 

Judith Alexander Tampa 

Mattie Alford Grand Ridge 

Ann Carolyn Allison .-Lake City 

Wilhelmina Anderson .... _ Monticello 

Lillian Ardd ._ New Smyrna Beach 

June Armistead Milton 

Se#U<vi4> . . . 

Anne Powell Arrington (Mrs.) Havana, Fla. 
Maurine Ashton ... New Smyrna Beach 

Helen Atwater Chattahoochee 

Carolyn Avery St. Petersburg 

Ella Mae Baer Tampa 

Mary Bailey Tampa 

Marie Bain .. Miami 

Willie Ruth Barfield ... Graceville 

Susan Barksdale Tampa 

Stella Barrineau Fort Barrancas 

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Catherine Barrs Tampa 

Betty Jo Barry Largo 

Bessie Basford Grand Ridgs 

Florence Bartleson Jacksonville 

Margaret Baugh Orlando 

Jacqueline Belcher.— ... Dunedin 

Bobbie Bell . Eustis 

Betty Bell Gainesville 

Sarah Bennett Miami 

Dorothy Binger Bushnell 

SeHi&i& , , , 

Betty Bishop Tampa 

Ruth Bishop .... West Palm Beach 

Margaret Boliek Tallahassee 

Martha Nell Booth Plant City 

Carolyn Bourland Winter Garden 

Eloise Boyles Live Oak 

Carol Bradford Tallahassee 

Barbara Brantley Lake Wales 

Elizabeth Bregger Belle Glade 

Ann Bridges Homestead 

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Donna Bridges.. . Panama City 

Louise Brown DeLand 

Martha Jane Brown ....Lake City 

Theo Brown — Hastings 

Julia Burnett.. ...Haines City 

Lois Byrd.— Pahokee 

Angie Cammarata Tampa 

Betty Anne Campbell Tallahassee 
Elizabeth Campbell.— — Milton 
Martha Cannon Hialear 

Se*U<n& , , , 

Martha Cargill Columbus, Ga 

Dorothea Carpenter. Pahokee 

Helen Carson .. Daytona Beach 

Margery Carter Winter Haven 

Claire Cashen Jacksonville Beach 

Angie Castellano Tampa 

Jane Chancey Jacksonville 

Eugenie Chazal . ..Ocala 

Ann Chillingworth. ... West Palm Beach 

Margaret Clayton Haines City 

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Margaret Cockrell Jacksonville 

Virginia Collins Umatilla 

Marjorie Cook Cebailos 

Pauline Council Tampa 

Kathleen Craig Coral Gables 

Letitia Croom Jacksonville 

Li I la Crosby San Mateo 

Norma Cuervo Tampa 

Bebe Daniel Coral Gables 

Margaret Danahower Ft. Pierce 

Seacon^ , , . 

Eileen Davis West Palm Beach 

Dorothy Dekle Ocala 

Betty Jean DeVane ... Plant City 

Hilda Dodson _Vero Beach 

Katherine Donohoe..- ... Jacksonville 

Lois Dossey Plant City 

Veda Mae Dubois Port Orange 

Shirley Duggan Miami 

Margaret Dugger _ Winter Haven 

Doris Dunaway Tallahassee 

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Doris Dunn . ....Lakeland 

Bronna Mae Durrance . Fort Meade 

Ethel Eassa ... West Palm Beach 

Annette Eddy Alachua 

Evelyne Eldridge Altha 

Sections, , , , 

Peggy Elliot 
Sue Englander 
Lillian Ergle 
l_ura Evans 
Pat Fabrick ... 

Haines City Aurora Faedo Tampa 

Bushnell Norma Falcon Delray 

Plant City Louise Felton Miami 

Orlando Eurasia Fernandez ... Tampa 

Gainesville Catherine Ficcio Tampa 

Anne Fif ield Tampa 

Helen Filledes St. Augustine 

Beulah Fletcher Tallahassee 

Carolyn Flewellen Hastings 

Etta Fraser Brunswick, Ga. 

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Lonnie Friday Punta Gorda 
Sara Friscia Tampa 

Joyce Funke West Palm Beach 

Margie Fussell Atlanta, Ga. 

Jane Gaertner Atlanta, Ga. 

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Helen Gaines ... Pensacola 

Eva Gainey Brooke r 

Anne Gaither Mexico, D. F. 

Catherine Gallagher Hollywood 

Leona Garcia Tampa 

Joann Gentry lacksonville 

Martha Gerber lacksonville 

Anna Giese St. Petersburg 

Carolyn Bobbie Glenn Havana 

Shirley Glover Jacksonville 

Katherine Godfrey Jackconville 

Dora Golden St. Petersburg 

Carmen Gomez Puerto De Tierra, P. R. 

I na Gotler Tampa 

Clare Gray .... Jacksonville 

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Doris Grainger Jacksonville 

Eugenia Gregory Quincy 

Katherine Gremli Sarasota 

Peggy Grimsley Fort Gaines 

Shirley Grube St. Augustine 

Betty Jo Gutherie Punta Gorda 

Emma Jeanne Hackle Winter Haven 

Dorothy Haire - Quincy 

Fay Hall Tallahassee 

Frankie Hall Jacksonville 

SevU<n& . , , 

Edna Hammer ....Ft. Lauderdale 

Martha Hanley Tampa 

Helen Harper.... DeLand 

Wilda Hayes Jacksonville 

Claryns Hedgecoth Jacksonville 

Mamie Hedgepath Tallahassee 

Bette Hemphill Tallahassee 

Gloria Hendry Perry 

Betty Lou Henneke ___ _ Miami 

Mercedes Hernandez Tampa 

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Doris Hill Lakeland 

Frances Hill ___ Jacksonville 

Patty Lou Hill Jacksonville 

Peggy Hines Perry 

Ruth Hixon Crystal River 

Barbara Holt Pensacola 

Mary Ann Hopson Pompano 

Elizabeth Hudson Hollywood 

Bonnie Hunt Tampa 

Anne Hutton St. Petersburg 



Barbara Irvin Callahan 

Katherine Jackson Lake Wales 

Mary Jackson Ashburn, Ga. 

Ava Janes Everglades 

Bernice Johnson DeFuniak Springs 

Elizabeth Johnston Lakeland 

Corrine Johnston Fort Myers 

Lucille Jordan Altha 

Peggy Kay Tampa 

Lillian Kennedy _ Sarasota 

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Esther Kerr Jacksonville 

Carolyn King Jacksonville 

Madelyn King Tallahassee 

Mary Elizabeth Knight Bradenton 

Jeanne Kosey Miami 

Kit Land Apopka 

Mary Langston.___ Lakeland 

Clarice Langston Tallahassee 

Eleanor Law Jacksonville 

Ruth L'Engle Jacksonville 

Seai&te , , , 

Jean Leslie Tampa 

Gladys Lester Jacksonville 

Peggy Limroth St. Petersburg 

Joy Little Miami Beach 

Jean Longdon. Daytona Beach 

Mary Lopresti Tampa 

Jane Lyles __. Tampa 

Ruby Mann Babson Park 

Jean Ma rani Sarasota 

Mary Marshall Eustis 

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Danella Martin Crescent City 

Winifred Meldrim Elkton 

Irene Mendoza , Hallandale 

Lila Merriam - Panama City 

Helen Miller Havana 

Lola Miller Tallahassee 

Audrey Miner Crystal Lake 

Sylvia Moscovitch Jacksonville 

Theresa Munroe .- Tallahassee 

Emma Murray Tampa 

Scett&l& . . . 

Eldora Myers Noma 

Mary Myers Eustis 

Betty Jo McAteeY Tampa 

Margaret McCain— _ Clermont 

Jessie McCalla Orlando 

Margaret M c Cann Miami 

Harriette McCarter Tallahassee 

June McCurdy .... -—Ft. Lauderdale 

Sarah Jane McKelvy Jacksonville 

Catherine McKinnon Quincy 

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Mary NageL St. Augustine 

Marian Najarian Port Orange 

Alice Neef Lutz 

Virginia Nelson Tallahassee 

Sara Norman Gainesville 

Jane Northern ____Sarasota 

Martha Odem Wainsboro, Go. 

Nancy Otto Coral Gables 

Madge Overstreet Gainesville 

Virginia Page Greenville 

SevUcvte , , , 

Betty Parker__... 
Carol Peacock- 
Peggy Pearson. 

Judy Pepper 

Audrey Perry.... 


Ei leen Perry Tampa 

...Bradenton Maurine Petty Pulaski, Tenn. 

Jacksonville Rubie Plant Tallahassee 

Miami Laura Piatt Dade City 

Tampa Sara Polhill . Boyd 

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Mary Pond . ...Palmetto 

Elizabeth Pooser Lakeland 

Phyllis Porr . ... ...West Palm Beach 

Martha Powers.... Glen St. Mary's 

Ella Mae Quinby Tampa 

Susannah Rabb Dade City 

Janie Redfearn Wewahitchka 

Bessie Rhodes Jacksonville 

Delia Mae Rhodes Jacksonville 

Virginia Ricks Ocala 

Se*ti&i& . , , 

Mary Riherd Tampa 

Lois Roberts Immokalee 

Janet Rogers Apopka 

Sarah Roseborough Mt. Dora 

Gene Ryan Dania 

Annise Saunders Jacksonville 

Shirley Schwark Quincy 

Dorothy Scott Mulberry 

Joan Shanor Eustis 

Rose Sherrod . Lamont 

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Betty Ann Shiver Orlando 

Catherine Shores Cottondale 

Louise Sikes Tarpon Springs 

Gladys Silverblatt- Miami 

Grace Sims Hobe Sound 

Maude Sistrunk ...., Morriston 

Carolyn Faye Smith Webster 

Gloria Smith Haines City 

Shelia Smith Jacksonville 

Virginia Inez Smith St. Petersburg 

Melpomene Smitzes „ 
Maxine Sparkman___- 
Lola Anne Sparkman 

Rhoda Spechler 

Ruth Spiwak 

Se*U&i& , , , 

Tarpon Springs Ruth Sprott Lake Wales 

... Ft. White Mary Stallings Tampa 

Tampa Katherine Steed _ __Orlando 

Quincy Nancy Strauss Miami 

.... Jacksonville Frances Strickland Tallahassee 

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Evelyn Stuckey Tallahassee 

Ruth Mary Sturrock West Palm Beach 

Marylin Sumner St. Petersburg 

Dol ly Sutton Tampa 

Bobbie Sweat Tampa 

Helen Tarapani Tarpon Springs 

Anne Tate Murphy, N. C. 

Clarice Thomas Starke 

Peggy Lou Thomas Clearwater 

Betty Trigg Thompson St. Cloud 

S&tionA , , , 

Peggy Lou Thomson Gainesville 

Jeanne Tillman Lake Wales 

Mary Douglas Tinsley Tallahassee 

Mary Margaret Torres Tampa 

Betty Touchton Avon Park 

Fawn Trawick Tallahassee 

Frances Traxler Gainesville 

Alma Treiman Brooksville 

Margaret Treisback Jacksonville 

Camerone Trent Fort Pierce 

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Dorothy Tucker Canal Point 

Mildred Turner Lake Wales 

Bettye Usher Miami 

Bobbie Usher—- Miami 

Naomi Vaught Palmetto 

Jane Waldo Hot Springs, Ark. 

Alice Walton Quitman, Ga. 

Mary Watford Okeechobee 

Beatrice Weaver Kissimmee 

Mary Weedon Tampa 

2eui<n& , , , 

Ina Weinberger Tampa 

Betty Jean Wells MacClenny 

Nellie Wentworth Keystone Heights 

Frances Wheeler Tallahassee 

Nancy Lee Wheeler Jacksonville 

Jean Ann White Cadiz, Ky. 

Anne Widerquist Ft. Myers 

Martha Wight Sanford 

Joenell Wildinson Sanford 

Naomi Williams Orlando 

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Marjorie Willis Bainbridge, Ga. 

Jean Wilson Tampa 

Lois Wilson Tampa 

Martha Wilson Umatilla 

Ouida Winchester Tallahassee 

Margaret Winton Jacksonville 

Edna Yearty Jacksonville 

Ruth Young Fort Lauderdale 

Joycelyn Ziegler Sarasota 

Se*Uwi& , , , 

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Seacard cvCtfaut frictcweA, . . . 

Julia Alfriend Virginia Herndon 

Theresa Bratley Marianne Kemp 

Julia Bridges Eloise Levy 

Ruth Cuevas Grace Lindberg 

Shirley Deginther Celia Llamas 

Lottie May Dykes, (Mrs.) Merril Long 

Mary Fulford Dorothy Mayhew 

Betty Fussel Doris Mcintosh 

Mary Geiger Mary Negel 

Geraldine Hansen Bessie Rhodes 

Zilda Hasting Mabel Rust 

Margaret Hathaway Minnie Stoutamire 

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^cutun O^ic&te . , , 

President — Frances Myers 
Vice-President — Barbara Mann 
Secretary — Juanita Nord 
Treasurer — Eleanor Bragg 

Representatives to Senate — Ann Colvin, Mary White, 
Harriet Kirk, Sarah Ellen Glenn, Cora Lea Wells. 
Parliamentarian — Juanita Bowles 
Junior Minstrels Chairman — Mary Lou Norwood 
Junior-Senior Prom — Shirley Rodgers 

The Junior Class filled the upper floors of Landis and the counselor rooms of the Freshman dorms and began 
to take their place as the older Odd Class. 

Soon after Christmas holidays, the Juniors started making plans for the Junior-Senior Prom. The oriental theme 
was kept secret until the night of the dance. 

In May the Juniors and Seniors arrayed themselves in fine fashion (of three year olds) for the Kid Party. The 
"children" played games on Landis Green, and ate a rowdy dinner in the dining hall. 

At Class Day the class performed their last official act as Juniors. Solemnly they accepted their Senior sister's 
caps 'n gowns and assumed the dignity befitting the class of '47. 

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Martha Abbott Tampa 

Doris Agner Perry 

Virginia Ailstock St. Petersburg 

Carolyn Allison DeFuniak Springs 

Ester Argintar Miami 

Jane Arnold , Miami 

Marjorie Atwater Chattahoochee 

Marjorie Austin Apalachicola 

Euginia Avant Tallahassee 

Sherlee Barish West Palm Beach 

Avonell Barker Tampa 

Lueile Barry Tallahassee 

Gloria Basila Miami 

Elinor Bayer Jacksonville 

Kathryn Beazell St. Petersburg 

Agnes Bedsole Graceville 

Joyce Benton T Lake Wales 

Geneva Bettie Miami 

Bettie Lee Bevill St. Augustine 

Marie Beverly Tampa 

Lavonne Black West Palm Beach 

Virginia Black , Gainesville 

Ruth B la i r B lountstown 

Mary Agnes Blasingame Sarasota 


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Mary Jane Boone Plant City 

Miriam Booth ___ Clearwater 

Juanita Bowles.... Lakeland 

Eleanor Bragg ... Tampa 

Mildred Bridges Blountstown 

Betty June Brophy___. Pensacola 

Claire Brown Miami 

Lucy Brown Miami 

Marjorie Browne lacksonville 

Helen Broward Jacksonville 

Martha Burke Miami 

Louise Burrell Eustis 

Dorothy Bush Clearwater 

Camilla Callahan Gainesville 

Ouita Campbell Pensacola 

Betty Jeane Cannon DeLand 

Patricia Corey Plant City 

Joyce Carlton r Plant City 

Bobby Carter Tampa 

Rosetta Carver Gainesville 

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Norma Chalker Deerfield Beach 

Rachel Chambers Oca la 

Marguerite Cherry Tampa 

Elinor Chisholm Jacksonville 




Angelina Cia ravel la Tampa 

Marian Clark Chattahoochee 

Nell Clark Tampa 

Priscilla Clark St. Petersburg 

Marilyn Cleveland Miami 

Jean Cole Miami 

Irene Coleman St. Augustine 

Ann Colvin Jacksonville 

Sidney Conner Live Oak 

Mary Cooney Miami 

Doris Corry Quincy 

Sara Corry Miami 

Burma Cox Tallahassee 

Joan Cramer Winter Haven 

Olivia Crane Oca la 

Rachel Crotwell Tallahassee 

Jerry Crume DeLand 

Shirley Cumming Lutz 

Barbara Dale Daytona Beach 

Esther Dale Kissimmee 

Anne Daniel Miami 

Emily Daniel Chipley 

Rosetta Darling Tallahassee 

Catherine Davis Tampa 


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Ida L. Davis Starke 

Marian Davis Wabasso 

Sarah Anne Davis Jacksonville 

Josephine Dawkins.. Tampa 

Evelyn Deas Jasper 

Virginia DerGarry Lakeland 

Grace DeWolf Crescent City 

Mary Diamond Jay 

Betty Donnally High Sprfngs 

Shirley Dorr Winter Haven 

Betty Dowd Arcadia 

Frances Duckworth Marianna 

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Gwenith Duden Bronson 

Ysobel DuPree Miami Beach 

Hazel Eddy Waldo 

De lores Edwards Jacksonville 

Virginia Edwards Orlando 

Ruth Ervin Tallahassee 

Mary Ellen Evans Tallahassee 

Mary V. Evans St. Petersburg 

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Lillian Fagen St. Augustine 

Hope Farmer St. Petersburg 

Geraldine Farnsworth . Tallahassee 

Marian Ferraro Tampa 




Martha Fox Tampa 

Roberta Friedkin Tampa 

Elinor Fugate Boca Grande 

Virginia Gallemore Bartow 

Marie Garcia Tampa 

Betty Gardiner Gainesville 

De lores Gardner Boynton 

Viola Garnett Orlando 

Lydia George Delray Beach 

Betty Giberson Lake Wales 

Margaret Gillis— - ....Westfield, N. J. 
Leta Glasscock Auburndale 

Mary Glaviano Tampa 

Sarah Glenn Birmingham, Ala. 

Betsy Golden St. Petersburg 

Mary Nell Goldman___ Winter Park 

Betty Ruth Goode Holopaw 

Jean Ann Grcham West Palm Beach 

Mary Greothouse Eadeton 

Annie Lou Green Tallahassee 

Virginia Green St. Petersburg 

Marion Gresham St. Marks 

Sarah Griffin p| ant City 

June Grindstaff__„ .St. Petersburg 

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Irene Gross. Tallahassee 

Co line Gunn Gainesville 

Barbara Guptill St. Petersburg 

Laurie Haas West Palm Beach 

Ruth Haddox Apopka 

Alda Hagler Chipley 

Dorothy Hahn Miami 

Faye Hall Tallahassee 

Carolyn Han ley Tampa 

Margaret Harley Auburndale 

Jean Harper Sanford 

Zelda Hastings Molina 

Calista Hatchett Chattahoochee 

Marnita Hatchett Lamont 

Edna Haynie Clearwater 

Francis Hazard lacksonville 


Charlotte Healey Bradenton 

Beverly Heard i. Miami 

Jean Helms Indian River 

Betty Hentz Blountstown 


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Emma Herlong . Lake City 

Sonya Heyman Jacksonville 

Claire Hill. _ Wildwood 
Robin Hill Orlando 


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Shearer Hines Siluria, Ala. 

Mray Groover Holland Bartow 

Margery Holm Bartow 

Patricia Hourihan Coral Gables 

Evelyn Howell Bonifay 

Wilna Humphrey Forrest City, Ark. 

Jean Hunt Jacksonville 

Peri lie Hunt . Okeechobee 

Anne Hunter Tampa 

Elizabeth Hunter Ponte Vedra 

Lois Hyde Pompano 

Louise lllingsworth Jacksonville 

Mary Jane Inabnit Prichard 

Fay Irvin Callahan 

Barbara Irving Miami 

Aileen James Sebastian 

Betty Lou Jernigan Tallahassee 

Katherine Johnson West Palm Beach 

Kathleen Johnson Jacksonville 

Louise Johnson Palatka 

Shirley Johnson Tampa 

Iris Johnston St. Cloud 

Loyce Johnston Kissimmee 

Marianne Jones Clewiston 

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Mary Jo Jones Chipley 

Ruth Jones Dunnellon 

Clarice Journigan Gotha 

Elaine Keller Miami 

Patricia Keller Tallahassee 

Mary Kendall Hapeville 

Dixie Kennedy Melbourne 

Esther Kilpatrick Sanford 

Celia King St. Petersburg 

Joan Kingsbury Lake Wales 

Nina Kinsey Tallahassee 

Harriet Kirk Jacksonville 

Mary Jane Kirst Orlando 

Beryl Kitchen Tampa 

Joy Knipe St. Petersburg 

Doris Koon Day 

Sue Kuelber Titusville 

Doris Lamb Leesburg 

Patti Landis DeLand 

Margaret Lassiter Lake Wales 

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Frances Ledbetter Gracevi I le 

Betty Lee Orlando 

Elizabeth Lee . Pensacola 

Marcile Leiter Panama City 




Barbara Lester Palm Beach 

Nell Lester Lakeland 

Beatrice Lewis St. Petersburg 

Sarah Lewis Tallahassee 

Barbara Jane Lindsey Fort Meade 

Joyce line Lloyd Pensacola 

Ondina Lombardero Tampa 

Dorothy Luke Tampa 

Frances Lyon Waycross, Ga . 

Martha Ann Maguire Orlando 

Estell Malphurs Norfolk, Va. 

Barbara Mann Tarpon Springs 

Mae Manning Florala, Ala. 

Jean Mark Tallahassee 

Pauline Marks Albany, Ga. 

Martha Martin Miami 

Ou ida Ma rt i n Perry 

Willie Martin Jacksonville 

Vivian Mercer Bartow 

Lois Meriwether Sanford 

Dorothy Mil ler Havana 

Marjorie Miller Bradenton 

Patricia Mi I Mean Gainesville 

Mary Cooper Mims Miami 


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Jane Mobley Tampa 

Mary Monaco Tampa 

Katherine Moore Tampa 

Marion Moorehead Ocala 

Emily Morgan Daytona Beach 

Christian Morrison DeFuniak Springs 

Betty Fay Moses Tampa 

Helen Mosley Century 

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Eileen Murinson Sarasota 

Frances Myers_ .' Jacksonville 

Theresa Myers Tallahassee 

Elizabeth Anne McDonald lacksonville 

Nancy MacEdwards Lakeland 

Mary Nell McFadden Groveland 

Dorothy McKirnan Palatka 

Betty Jo McLeod Lakeland 

Bookie McMichael Tampa 

Nell McNiel Jacksonville 

Elizabeth McRae Mcintosh 

Gloria McVey Ft. Lauderdale 

Julia Nesius St. Petersburg 

Ann Nicholson Coral Gables 

Catherine Nollman Starke 

Juanita Nord Miami 

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Bettie Lee Norman Auburndale 

Loma Doris Oatley Tampa 

Doris O'Neill Daytona Beach 

Bobby Owen Miami 

Elizabeth June Padgett Orlando 

Virginia Palmer Tampa 

Ann Parker Brooksvi I le 

Margaret Parker Stuart 

Elaine Parramore Citra 

Dorothy Peacock Blountstown 

Louise Peeples Bartow 

Mary Louise Perfect Ft. Lauderdale 

Sue Carol Perrin Ft. Meade 

Mae Pickens Chattahoochee 

Mary Ora Pitt Savannah, Ga. 

Betty Jean Poe Titusville 

Mabel Pope Homestead 

Marjory Potter Orlando 

J une Powell Cario, Ga. 

Erin Poythress MacClenny 

Frances Proctor ...Tallahassee 

Caroline Pruitt Valpariso 

Mary Pug I i si Tampa 

Annie Pullara Tampa 

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Willardeen Pulliam Pinetta 

Ada Rankin Bristol 

Gladys Reams Lamont 

Betty Reed Jacksonville 

Gloria Reed Washington, D. C. 

Barbara Rees Tavares 

Lyliane Richards Fort Pierce 

Ann Richardson Clarcona 

Marli Richardson Miami Beach 

Mary Riddle Graceville 

Rosalind Riegle Daytona Beach 

Mary Rivero Tampa 

Betti Robinson Hollywood 

Myrtle Robinson Live Oak 

Maude Rhodes Ft. Lauderdale 

Shirley Rodgers Savannah, Ga. 

Catherine Rogers Plant City 

Joyce Rosenthal Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Marguerite Ross Fernandina 

Rebecca Routon Quincy 

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Daphne Rowe Tallahassee 

Catherine Royall Jacksonville 

Frances Rutland Homestead 

Virginia Sapp St. Petersburg 




Nicky Sartoris Canal Point 

Martha Jean Satterfield Miami 

Jean Louise Satterwhite ...Sebring 

Aileen Sayers Tampa 

Marjorie Ann Scanlan Coral Gables 

Betty Schwarz Miami 

Joe Nel Segree Palatka 

Catherine Sessions Tallahassee 


Margaret Shackleford Quincy 

Emily Sheftall . Jacksonville 

Billie Eva Shell Orlando 

Doris Sherman Lake Wales 

Betty Shouse Umatilla 

Sarah Shriver Jacksonville 

Jean Simon West Palm Beach 

Bobbie Simpson Miami 

Margaret Simpson ...Daytona Beach 

Louise Sims Canal Point 

Phyllis Singer Cordele, Ga. 

Betty Jane Singleton Winter Park 




Charlotte Skinner Jacksonville 

Constance Smith Belle Glade 

Elizabeth Smith Pensacola 

Gloria Anne Smith Haines City 

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Lorraine Smith Ft. Lauderdale 

Margaret Smith West Palm Beach 

Ruth Solomon Ponce de Leon 

Betty Speer Pahokee 

Alice Spiers Tallahassee 

Anne Spooner Hernando 

Ann Stambaugh Auburndale 

Jean Stasch St. Petersburg 

Barbara Stephen Alachua 

Shirley Stever Miami 

Aurelia Stewart Miami 

Alice Stiehl Fellsmere 

Helen Stone St. Petersburg 

Betty Strickland Tavares 

June Sullivan Tallahassee 

Virginia Summer Vero Beach 

Ruth Talbot New Port Richey 

Carolyn Taylor Shiloh 

Dorothy Taylor Andalusia, Ala. 

Frances Taylor Jacksonville 



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Marjorie Terrill Adairsville, Ga. 

Jane Thomas West Palm Beach 

Patricia Thomas Tallahassee 

Jean Thomasson Miami 



Phy Thomson Lloyd 

Laura Thornton West Palm Beach 

Charlotte Thorpe Miami 

Martha Tison Parrish 

Henriette Trezevant Tampa 

Clarice Trueblood Lakeland 

Evelyn Tsangaris Tarpon Springs 

Nell Tuten Archer 

Elizabeth Vandergrift St. Petersburg 

Janice Van Tassell Stuart 

Joyce Walker Orlando 

Emma Sue Walters Tifton, Ga. 

Nancy Ward Lakeland 

Nancy Ware West Palm Beach 

Martha Walters Jacksonville 

Mary Weekley Milton 

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Cora Lea Wells Gainesville 

Dorothy Ann Wells Miami Beach 

Ann Westmoreland Perry 

Alice Wheeler Tallahassee 

Barbara Whidden Mulberry 

Jean Whigham Sanford 

Mary White Ft. Lauderdale 

Roberta Whitfield Raiford 

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Ellen Whitman Sarasota 

Barbara Wickham Jacksonville 

Margaret Williams Ft. Pierce 

Dana Willson Tallahassee 


Betsy Wilson Pensacola 

Joyce Windham '. Coleman 

Katherine Winstead Jacksonville 

Winifred Winter Pensacola 

Marjorie Woodberry Tampa 

Ina Jo Wrench Gainesville 

Nancy Wright Tampa 

Betsy Zurwelle Miami Beach 


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f/uHioi4 cvitfout fctctuiet . 

Betty Adams 
Martha Bates 
Betty Blake 
Betty Brown 
Caroline Brown 
Mary Cadman 
Sadie Campbell 
Mary Cannon 
Laura Cason 
Ruth Clark 
Doris Dallas 
Frances Dean 
Mae Diamondais 
Katherine Donohoe 
Betty DuPree 
Nan Durrance 
Jeanne Echols 
Frances Edelen 
Aurora Faedo 
Joy Fleming 
Leonor Garcia 
Lean Harding 
Harriet Hazard 
Mildred Henry 
Caroline Herman 
Mercedes Hernandez 

Mary Ann Hopson 
Josie Kinsey 
Nancyanna Koelliker 
Nell McCollum 
Marian Mcintosh 
Nancy McLaourin 
Mary Lou Norwood 
Harriet Palmer 
Carolyn Patterson 
Alice Phillips 
Viva Porter 
Lola Rose 
Enid Sandler 
Catherine Settles 
Helen Smith 
Marianne Snyder 
Eva Stanciu 
Geraldine Sullivan 
Alice Summitt Taff 
Beryl Taylor 
Marion Thompson 
Dorothy Toney 
Marforie Wadley 
Ouida Winchester 
Thelma Wolfe 
Li I lie Woodbery 

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Safc&amme 0^ic&i& . 

President — Connie Savage 
Vice-President — Jean Ann Ramsdell 
Secretary — Jean Bennett 
Treasurer — Carol Claus 

Representatives to Senate — Pat Pattishall, Ida Lee Rentz, Beth 
Fuerer, Janice Richy, Betty Kennedy. 

Parliamentarian — Jean Sharer 
Athletic Manager — Tommy Thompson 
Sophomore-Senior Breakfast — Juanita Krentzman 
Sophomore Hop — Georgia Jaeckel 

The Sophomore class in its new-found upperclass glory began the year with a bang by promptly blowing the 
roof off Gilchrist. 

Early in the year, Sophomores carried their senior sisters' mortar boards at Investiture and felt very grown up. 

At Thanksgiving time, the young Evens submerged themselves in Even Dem trying to learn all the things it 
took the seniors four years to learn. 

After Christmas, the Sophs began planning their biggest fling of the year, Sophomore Hop. Then at Val- 
entine Time, the Sophomores, drag or stag, trooped to the gym for their first big class dance. 

During the last part of third quarter, the Sophomore class planned the annual Sophomore-Senior Breakfast. 
Two by two the girls splashed through the mud to eat bacon and eggs and long-missing butter. 

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Eugenia Ahlers Miami 

Felicia Alessi Tampa 

Sue Alford Bonifay 

Anne Allen.. Orlando 

Madeline Allen Milton 

Mary Frances Allen Bartow 

Thelma Aly Moore Haven 

Theodora Anderson Tampa 

Yolando Arias Tampa 

Alvera Ashe Green Cove Springs 

Juanita Ault Orlando 

Ann Avery Miami Beach 

Florence Ayers Melbourne 

Evelyn Marie Badcock Mulberry 

Rose Baisden Jacksonville 

Connie Baker Pensacola 

Edna Earle Baker lacksonville 

Theresa Barfield Pensacola 

Esther Barash West Palm Beach 

Margaret Barnett Marianna 

Gloria Barnum Orlando 

Lila Lee Barrington „Fort Meade 

Martha Bash St. Petersburg 

Fay Bass Tampa 


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Myra Jean Bates Tampa 

Barbara Baxter Coral Gables 

Bettie Bazemore Miami 

Barbara Beckman Jacksonville 

Lillian Belyeu Quincy 

Jean Bennett Miami 

Jean Bess Miami 

Betsy Bird Drifton 

Anita Bisbee Jacksonville 

Betty Rose Bishop Auburndale 

Norma Blackburn Bowling Green 

Lillian Black welder Miami 

Paulette Blank .... .West Palm Beach 

Ruthmary Bliss Orlando 

Yvonne Boatwright Jacksonville 

Jeanne Bollinger West Palm Beach 

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Harriet Bolt in Gainesville 

Eugenia Booth Plant City 

Frances Booth Jacksonville 

Eleanor Boothby Cedar Key 

Dorothy Boring Plant City 

Blanche Bosanquet Fruitland Park 

Mary Evelyn Boswell Jacksonville 

Joan Boucher Miami 



Charlotte Bouland Zephyrhills 

Dorothy Bower Shalimar 

Janet Boyd Jacksonville 

Ai leen Boyett Terra Ceia 

Constance Bradley DeLand 

Mamie Bradley Miccosukee 

Antoinette Bradley Miami 

Evelyn Breedlove Tavares 

Sarah Brockson Ponce de Leon 

Ruth Brokaw Miami 

Sue Brophy Pensacola 

Betty Lue Brown Miami 


Lillian Brown Miami 

Sarah Brown Gainesville 

Katherine Browning Orlando 

Geraldine Brumby Tallahassee 

Grace Bryan Palatka 

Anna Bryce Brycevi I le 

Jane Bryson Jacksonville 

Virginia Budd Qu i ncy 

Margaret Burch Jasper 

Betty Butler Miami 

Laura Lee Butler Kissimmee 

Dorothy Butts Bartow 

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Patsy Callahan Jacksonville 

Ann Campbell Tampa 

Helen Campbell DeFuniak Springs 

Frances Cannon Ft. Lauderdale 

Helen Cappleman Miami 

Nell Caro Pensacola 

Patricia Carr St. Petersburg 

Virginia Carr Crest view 

Martha Carter Jacksonville 

Faye Cat ledge Madison 

Joyce Cayce Deerfield Beach 

Barbara Chaffee Miami 

Virginia Chancey Brandon 

Jeannette Chapman Tallahassee 

Marjorie Christensen Meridian, Miss. 

June Chyna Miami 

Mary Jane Ciccarello Tampa 

Marjorie Clark Atlanta, Ga. 

Carol Claus Hoi lywood 

Joy Clavel Wauchula 

Page 80 

Jacque demons Mayo 

Phyllis Cole Tampa 

Sibyl Colegrove DeLand 

Elizabeth Collins Webster 



Jewell Collins Plant City 

Alice Comstock Miami 

Katherine Condurelis Ft. Myers 

Mary Lois Conn St. Cloud 

Margaret Cook Label le 

Mary Cope land Jacksonville 

Carolyn Cordray Jacksonville 

Martha Cordray Jacksonville 

Marvis Core.— Tallahassee 

Gertrude Corry Miami 

Barbara Covington . Plant City 

Ann Cox Quincy 

Dorothy Cox Bowling Green 

Marie Cox Perry 

Betty Jo Craig Clearwater 

Joyce Craig Deerfield Beach 

Shirley Crawford Pensacola 

Virginia Croghan Ft. Pierce 

Alice Cromartie Chosen 

Dorothy Crowson Clearwater 

Dorothy Crotts Apalachicola 

Marian Curry Pine Castle 

Virginia Curtis Tampa 

Ruby Grace Daniel Chipley 

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Tessie Daniels Winter Haven 

Sara Dougherty Jacksonville 

Dorothy R. Davis . Jacksonville 
Georgene Davis ___Ocala 

Jane Davis Miami 

Marie Davis St. Petersburg 

Marjorie L. Davis Starke 

Rosa Lee Davis Tampa 

Violet Davis Holopaw 

Nancy Day Birmingham, Ala. 

Audrey Jean Debevoise Jacksonville 

Marian Deiders Tampa 

Neva Delgade Tampa 

Rosa Lee Dell St. Petersburg 

Espacia Demetrelis Neptune Beach 

Carol Deters Jacksonville 

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Linda DeVane Plant City 

Marilyn Dewey Miami 

Harriet Dew Largo 

Evelyn Diamond Miami 

Gloria Douglass Jacksonville 

Frances Downing Clearwater 

Marie Dozier_ Arcadia 

Doris Dubois Jupiter 



Jo Dunnagan Coral Gables 

Betty Dieson Orlo Vista 

Helen Edminston Venice 

Evelyn Edwards Miami 

Loisell Edwards Perry 

Audrey Evans Jacksonville 

Patty Evans Tallahassee 

Marie Everitt Panama City 

Barbara Farrar Tampa 

Barbara Fennel I Tampa 

Martha Ferguson Lakeland 

Lilia Fernandez Tampa 

Agnes Ferrell Midway 

Rose Marie Ferro Miami 

Anne Fielding St. Petersburg 

Doris Fincher Jacksonville Beach 

Dorothy Fincher Jacksonville Beach 

Artie Flanders Tallahassee 

Bruce Flanders Lake Placid 

Olive Flemming Jack;onville 

Marinel Fletcher Bradenton 

Jean Fleiss Jacksonville 

Marian Floyd Winter Park 

Happy Ford Oneco 

Page 83 

Jackquelin Fosdick Fort Pierce 

Janette Fountain DeFuniak Springs 

Dorothy Fouts '_ Jacksonville 

Mary Fowler Lakeland 

Beth Fuhrer Jacksonville 

Caroline Funchess St. Andrews 

Peggy Futch Lake City 

Pauline Gag J Jacksonville 

Sara Gallaher Tampa 

Marian Game Tallahassee 

Violet Gaskin Wewahitchka 

Martha Ann Gast Dade City 

Elaine Gavigan Miami 

Rita Gendzier Jacksonville 

Gloria Gilmore Perry 

Florence Gibbons Gainesville 

Isabelle Glass Tallahassee 

Margaret Glisson Oca la 

Drucilla Gnann West Palm Beach 

Dorothy Gonzales Tampa 

Page 84 

Lea Goodman Panama City 

Edith Mae Goodman Fort Pierce 

Beatrice Gottfied Miami Beach 

Margie Grace Graceville 



Hilda Grant Tallahassee 

Betty Sue Gray Lake Wales 

Vivian Greene McAlpin 

Annie Lou Guess Foley 

Mary Frances Guest New Smyrna Beach 

Jane Gunn Jacksonville 

Barbara Hackney Bonifay 

Annette Haire Gretna 

Kathleen Hamilton Baldwin 

Teddy Hamlin Sarasota 

Irma Hammond Lady Lake 

Betty Hancock Palatka 

Elizabeth Harper St. Petersburg 

Emile Harper St. Petersburg 

Jeani Harris Coral Gables 

Patricia Harrison Miami 

Carolyn Hart Tallahassee 

Martha Hart Fort Pierce 

Mary Hart Zephyrhills 

Dorothy Hasbrouck Tallahassee 

Helen Hasley Fort Myers 

Lily Hatton Brooksville 

Virginia Hatton Orlando 

Marion Hays Lakeland 


Page 85 

Nancy Hazard Jacksonville 

Phyllis Hazen Brooker 

Virginia Helie Pensacola 

Beverly Hendon Clearwater 

Err.ily Hero Id Tallahassee 

Mary Ann Herring Sarasota 

Betty Hill Belle Glade 

Esther Hill La Bel le 

Marion Hill Orlando 

Mary Hill Gainesville 

Maude Hill Lake City 

Patricia Hill Miami 

Mary Hinson Homosassa Springs 

Ann Holloway Jacksonville 

Anne Holton Jacksonville 

Hilda Hood Birmingham, Ala. 

Page 86 

Patricia Hornot Palm Beach 

Betty Hostetter Jacksonville Beach 

Norma Hotard New Smyrna Beach 

Joanne Howard Miami 

Gloria Hughes Lake Worth 

Georgie Marion Jaeckel St. Augustine 

Anna Jernigan ;„_Tampa 

Betty Johnson Quincy 



Carol Johnson Cocoa 

Evelyn Marie Johnson Lakeland 

Margaret Johnson Greensboro 

Marion Johnson Quincy 

Vivian Johnson Davenport 

Carolyn Jones Miami 

Lena Jones Jensen Beach 

Josephine Jordon Leesburg 

Estelle Josepher Miami Beach 

Billie Kacinski Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Alois Katz Jacksonville 

Carolyn Kelley Tallahassee 

Betty Kennedy Orlando 

Peggy Kennedy Jacksonville 

Rebecca Kennedy Tallahassee 

Betty Kent Pensacola 

Gloria King Jacksonville 

Ruth King St. Petersburg 

Corinne Kloeffer Orlando 

Doris Knight Lake Butler 

Merle Knowles Shady Grove 

Juanita Krentzman Milton 

Enid Krouse Winter Park 

Betty Labree Dania 


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Nancy La Grange Miami Beach 

Louise Lake Tampa 

Marquita Lance Tallahassee 

Kitty Landress Miami 

Barbara Lanford Jacksonville 

Zeane Lanier Jacksonville 

Marjorie Lant Fort Myers 

Mary Jane Lassiter Lake Wales 

Evelyn Lee Tallahassee 

Jean Leiberman Jacksonville 

Sylvia Leibovitz Jacksonville 

Lois Leitch Fort Pierce 

J une Lemmond Ta I lahassee 

Ruth Leonard Jacksonville 

Margaret Leslie Tampa 

Hasc ia Levi ne Orlando 

Norma Lewis Tallahassee 

Barbara Lincoln Limona 

Betty Linderman Lake Wales 

Anne Lindsey Panama City 

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Mary Ann Lockard Jacksonville 

Betty Long Winter Haven 

Jo Ann Long Clewiston 

Moira Long Crestview 



Myra Long Crestview 

Doris K. Lorber Miami 

Maureen Macy Starke 

Carlotta Ma Hoy Chipley 

Mildred Mann Coral Gables 

Annette Maples Bowling Green 

Roses Marcoux Miami 

Nora Marshall Cottage Hill 

Joan Massie Tallahassee 

Rose Marie Mayhew Tallahassee 

Mary McAlpin White Springs 

Connie McCall Tallahassee 

Babs McCarthy Miami 

Marian McEwen Miami 

Charlotte McGeachy Chipley 

Anne Maclnnes Grand Crossing 

Betty Mcintosh Tallahassee 

Barbara Mc Kinney Miami 

Elizabeth McLean Tallahassee 

Etoile McMichael Quincy 

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Jean McMillan Malone 

Nancy McMullen Coral Gables 

Dorothea McCree Palmetto 

Jo Meldrim Elkton 

Page 89 

Ann Mikell Gainesville 

Doris Miller __ Florala, Ala. 

Mary Ruth Miller Plant City 

Lucille Millinor 1 Perry 

Betty Moody . Crystal Beach 

Ann Moore Tampa 

Faith Moore Tampa 

June Moore Tallahassee 

Lydia Moore Miami 

Rene Mae Morgan Gainesville 

Ernestine Morris Everglades 

Marianne Morris Monticello 

Mary Louise Morris Tampa 

Margaret Morrison Leesburg 

Gerry Lee Morton Eglin Field 

Peggy Moss Jacksonville 

Betty Mowat Lynn Haven 

Dolores Mowery Winter Park 

Hellyne Murphy Tallahassee 

Doris Musseeman Tampa 

Page 90 

Ann Mustaine Ft. Pierce 

Grace Myers Lakeland 

Margarette Napier Greenwood 

Lois Narovec Miami 



Miriam Neidlinger Jacksonville 

Lois Newark Winter Park 

Ethel Newbern Auburndale 

Alice Newett „. Leesburg 

Harriet Newkirk Jacksonville 

Joanne Newman Tallahassee 

Gladys Nichols Gracevi I le 

Mary Nichols Mt. Dora 

Catherine Nolan Lakeland 

Catherine Oberholtzer Yalaha 

Jeanne Oldfather Miami 

Margaret Olsen Pensacola 

Jean O'Steen Jacksonville 

Joyce Palmer Tampa 

Frances Parker Blountstown 

Iris Parsons Orlando 

Ruby Pate Avon Park 

Inez Paterson Ft. Meade 

Pat Pattishall Orlando 

Amelia Pavese Ft. Myers 

Martha Peacock DeLand 

Juanita Pearce Okeechobee 

Frances Pease Ft. Lauderdale 

Shirley Pelaez Tampa 


Page 91 

Joyce Pepper Miami 

Marty Perkins Sanford 

Roberta Perkins __ Lake City 

Joyce Petty Pulaski, Tenn. 

Emily Phillips Gainesville 

Loretta Phoeniz St. Petersburg 

Georgene Pihos Orlando 

Madge Pilcher Sarasota 

Lucille Pittman Tampa 

Josie Poppell Perry 

Ester Porter Marianna 

Mary Clyde Pratt Montgomery, Ala. 



Murl Price r Tampa 

Josephine Puglisi Tampa 

La Feme Quinn Jacksonville 

Louise Rabb Arcadia 

Louise Rampey Pensacola 

Jean Ann Ramsdell Plant City 

Barbara Randolph Jacksonville 

Frances Raney Silver Springs 

Page 92 

Virginia Ransley Cantonment 

Marie Ratliff Jasper 

Mary Alyce Ray West Palm Beach 

Barbara Reeves Miami 



Peggy Reid Winter Haven 

Phylis Reindel Lake Worth 

Ida Lee Rentz Miami 

Mary Louise Reynolds Nocatee 

J udy Rhodes DeLand 

Ann Rice Ft. Lauderdale 

Fannie Richards Palmetto 

Ruby Richbourg St. Augustine 

Janice Richey Coral Gables 

Elizabeth Riegler Lutz 

Dorothy Ring Jacksonville 

Ann Lou Rivers Enterprise 

Kathleen Robb Tampa 

Janet Robertson Jacksonville 

Jimmie Rogers Dania 

La Vera Roop Miami 

Laurel Rosenbaum Miami 

Luella Rouse Jacksonville 

Nancy Russell Winter Haven 

Doris Samford Jacksonville 

Gay Sanders Inverness 

Sarah Sanders Fernandina 

Dalia Santos Tampa 

Connie Savage West Palm Beach 

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Jo Ann Savary ._ Inverness 

Lorilla Sayre Jacksonville 

Norma Schaeffner Gainesville 

Miriam Scheinberg Miami 

Katheryn Lorraine Scott Tallahassee 

Elaine Segal Jacksonville 

Virginia Sewell Starke 

Katherine Shaffer Orlando 

Jean Sharer Pensacola 

Betty Shaw Citra 

Evelyn Shea Miami 

Irma Lee Shepherd Cocoa 

Betty Jane Sherman Coral Gables 

Betty Shirley Orlando 

Anne Shull Melbourne 

Arlyne Siegel Miami Beach 

Page 94 

Betty Sinclair Winter Haven 

Anne Singleton Miami 

Bernice Sloan Panama City 

Carolyn Smith Jacksonville 

Dottie Smith Coral Gables 

Edith Smith Orlando 

Franklin Smith Miami 

Jacqueline Smith Palatka 



Jaunita Smith Madison 

Mama Smith Bradenton 

Marydel Smith St. Augustine 

Nancy Jane Smith . Pensacola 

Nancy Pettit Smith ... Haines City 

Peggy Jo Smith Avon Park 

Shirley Smith Sanford 

Virginia Smith Fort Myers 

Sylvia Snell Okeechobee 

Kathleen Snider ___ Coral Gables 

Doris Snow Coral Gables 

Lois Snyder Wacissa 

Joan Sparkman __ Tampa 

Margaret Sparrow Tampa 

Dorothy Sperry Tampa 

Betty Stakemiller Miami 

Peggy Stanaland Quincy 

Yvonne Standish St. Cloud 

Gloria Stapleton Fernandina 

Lynn Starbi rd Apopka 

Luna Mary Steadman Tampa 

Eleanor Steele Crestview 

Sal ly Stephens Fort Pierce 

Connie St. Johns Tampa 

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Dorothy Stokes Baker 

Eddie Faye Stokes Neptune Beach 

Josephine Story Eau Gallie 

Phyllis Strickland Tallahassee 

Margaret Stringfellow Bartow 

Lois Stults St. Augustine 

Catherine Sullivan Miami 

Lessie Swindle Vernon 

Clara Taylor Winter Haven 

Gladys Carolyn Taylor Pensacola 

Patricia Tays Coral Gables 

Paula Jean Teagarden Tallahassee 

Mary Helen Tew Sanford 

Audrey Thomas Tallahassee 

Mervin Thomas Gainesville 

Amarene Thompson Baker 

Jeweldeen Timmons Lamont 

Rita Jean Toops St. Cloud 

Ann Townsend Jacksonvi I le 

Mary Maud Trowbridge Largo 

Ann Tucker Fort Pierce 

Margaret Turnage Chattahoochee 

Marian Turrentine Wauchula 

Martha Upshaw Miami 


Lillian Ussery.___. Winter Garden 

Mary L. Van Natta Lakeland 

Martha Vickers Miami 

Dot Vincent Waycross, Ga. 

Kathleen Wagner Homestead 

Til lie Walden Bartow 

Dorothy Walker Miami 

Johanne Walker Donalsonville, Ga. 

Mary Loise Walker Miami 

Arnette Walling Weirsdale 

Betty Walsh Tampa 

J anel le Walter Ta I lahassee 

Marilyn Ward Coral Gables 

Mari lyn Watson Key West 

Jackie Waybright.... Jacksonville 

Blanche Weedon Tampa 

Alice Welch Tampa 

Peggy Welch Cottondale 

Gloria Wells West Palm Beach 

Martha West Jacksonville 


Lois Whadford Largo 

Mary Jo Widden Frostproof 

Jo Ann Whitaker Bartow 

Wanda Whitaker Bunnell 

Page 97 

Jane Whitfield Tampa 

Marjorie Whitney Clearwater 

Frances Whitty Lee 

Joyce Williams Jacksonville 

Mildred Williams Raiford 

Sarah Williams Tampa 

Isabelle Wilson Bortow 

Kathryn Witherspoon Carrabelle 

Frances Wood Century 

Mary Wood St. Augustine 

Jane Wooten Bradenton 

Lucille Wooten DeFuniak Springs 

Emma lee Worn Bradenton 

Marine I Worth Tampa 

Dorothy Wynn Gainesville 

Adeline Ynes J Tampa 

Florence Young Jacksonville 

Christine Ziegler Tallahassee 

Jeannette Zetrouer Micanopy 

Elizabeth Zorn Pa lat ka 

Norma Barmore Bradenton 

Emily Chancey Lloyd 

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Sofi£o*H,o*e4> cvit&aut frtctunet 

Doris Agner 
Patricia Allen 
Eloise Ammons 
Newlin Ashmore 
Joycelin Ayers 
Laura Barf ield 
Norma Barmore 
Dorothy Bennett 
Ruth Bethea 
Elaine Bishop 
Verla Bolin 
Betty Bolles 
Barriet Boltin 
Marthasue Britton 
Betty Brotchie 
Sarah Broxson 
Ann Bruner 
Gloria Butler 
Edwina Christie 
Charlotte Coe 
Miriam Connor 
Jean Cramer 
Marion Cross 
Barbara Douglas 
Erlynne Douglas 
Betty Lee Dyson 
Florence Du Rant 
I la Enzor 
Joyce Evans 
Lucille Feiden 
Tommie Felton 
Dorothy Dean Ferguson 
Nilda Fernandez 
Yvonne Fitzgerald 
Mary Flower 
Jacqueline Floyd-Jones 
Ruby Ganey 
Joyce Garman 
Alice Gehan 
Nancy Gleaton 
Edith Dorsen Grider 
Emma Guthery 
Colleen Hall 
Mary Hallen 
Crystal Hammock 
Patty Harrison 
Grace Hays 
Claire Hill 
Jeanette Hollister 
Roberta Holz 
Anna Home 
Nell Hower 
Margaret Hunter 
Frances Isaac 
Bette Jones 
Clarice Journigan 
Martha Keiter 
Susan Kenneday 
Winifred Lane 
Betty Lashley 
Jean Leiberman 
Mary Lillycrop 
Martha Sue Lisenby 

Marion Looby 
Beverly Lott 
Mildred Luce 
Jacqueline Magee 
Angie Marino 
Ann Martin 
Vera Mayo 
Janice McFarland 
Nancy McFarland 
Maxine Mears 
Gloria Michelson 
Dorothy Mims 
Josephine Mingoia 
Jonnie Mires 
Barbara Moore 
Lucia Moore 
Alma Moreno 
Mabel Morrison 
Prisci I la Mullins 
Betty Murphy 
Jean Nellenbogen 
Jacqueline Nevers 
Jean Olsen 
Josephine Parker 
Gladys Pate 
Alva Ray 

Margaret Reynolds 
Marquerite Reynolds 
Frances Rhodes 
Betty Riddle 
Mary Robertson 
Beatrice Sattfried 
Margaret Savary 
Mary Ellen Scarborough 
Jacqueline Sells 
Virginia Selman 
Sylvia Serbovitz 
Miriam Scheinberg 
Kathleen Sides 
Annette Simpson 
Mary Charles Skipper 
Jacqueline Smith 
Juanita Smith 
Franklin Smith 
Anne Stiles 
Barbara Tait 
Mary Russell Tarr 
Patricia Tays 
lo Thomas 
Henrietta Trezevant 
Lucy Utley 
Kay Van Deurs 
Marilyn Van Netta 
Marshall Lee Vernon 
Marjorie Wallace 
Mary Ann Walts 
Helen Webb 
Lucile Wells 
Betty Whalton 
Gladys White 
Bette Jo Wilson 
Charlotte Younkman 

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'ptetdmett O^cceM . . . 

President — Pauline Tuttle 
Vice-President — Helen Looby 
Secretary — Mary Ann Berry 
Treasurer — Virginia Goodell 

Representatives to Senate — Virginia Anthony, Winifred Anthony, 
Katherine Cooper, Jean Furman, Ann Carter 

Parliamentarian — Patricia Yates 
Athletic Manager — Mary Calley 

This year's Freshman class, the largest on record, thundered down on Tally and filled every nook and rec 
on campus. As soon as registration was over and the new class began to accustom themselves to F.S.C., Fresh- 
man Flundies was formed. This group chose their new president and eagerly began to do the odd jobs on cam- 
pus. After Christmas, the colorful campaigns began, and eventually the freshmen elected officers to represent 
them. Second quarter the Freshmen started planning Freshman Carnival. The upperclassmen filled the gym to 
see the fun and to congratulate the Freshmen for their originality. 

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^neA^tPteot . , 

Dorothy Aberle Tampa 

Faith Adams Coral Gables 

Ruth Adams Lake Worth 

Sue Adams Orlando 

Shirley Agress Daytona Beach 

Marie Aiken Miami 

Elizabeth Alexander Bartow 

Dixie Jean Allen Leesburg 

Virginia Allen Orlando 

Phyllis Allsop Jacksonville 

Annette Altman Lake Worth 

Martha Ambrose Callahan 

Ann Anderson Eustis 

Dorothy Andrews Atmore, Ala . 

Virginia Anthony Palm Beach 

Winifred Anthony Palm Beach 

Betty Arnold Holly Hiil 

Gladys Atlas Jacksonville 

Yvette Averitt Tavares 

Audrey Bach Sanford 

Beverly Bacon Tampa 

Jeanne Bag ley South Miami 

Juanell Bailey West Palm Beach 

Mary Ellen Bail lie Tampa 

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Esther Bain Miami 

Peggy Baker Jacksonville 

I rene Bal I Tampa 

Betty Banks High Springs 

Kathleen Barker Pensacola 

Pauline Barker O'Brien 

Jean Barnhill Baker 

Betty Jean Bartlett Tampa 

Mari lyn Ann Bassett Eustis 

Patricia Bates Jacksonville 

Lu Anne Batman Tampa 

Cami I le Batten Sanford 

Mary Baxter Ponce de Leon 

Beverly Bearden Fort Myers 

Julia Beckman Merritt Island 

Leola Beland Pensacola 


Anne Benedict Tallahassee 

Lula Agee Bennett Tampa 

Virginia Bennett Orlando 

Laura Bent ley Delray Beach 

Bettye Berney Miami 

Margie Berns Jacksonville 

Mary Ann Berry Jacksonville 

Bertha Bewley Ft. McCoy 


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^teA&mett . . 

'pteA^mea , , 

Jeanne Biffi Hollywood 

Martha Jane Bird Jacksonville 

Juanita Birdwell Aucilla 

Carolyn Blackburn Ft. Meade 

Marjorie Blackshaw Miami 

Virginia Blanton Orlando 

Margaret Ann Blacker St. Petersburg 

Dorothy Bloodworth Miami 

Vivian Bloodworth Miami 

Celia Blount Arcadia 

Nancy Boggs Hollywood 

Mattie Wood Boney High Springs 

Margia Booth Plant City 

Dorothy Borbidge Tampa 

Frances Bosanquet Fruitland Park 

Mary Ann Bossidy Cocoa 

Pearl Boston Gotho 

Carrie Kate Boynton Tallahassee 

Betty Jo Bozeman Live Oak 

Bobbye Bradley Miami 

Grace Bradley Jacksonville 

Sarah Ann Braemister Palmetto 

Carolyn Bragg Tampa 

Margaret Braun Tallahassee 

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Nan Brewton Pahokee 

Ear line Bright Inverness 

Helen Bright... Panama City 

Sarah Briles Glen St. Mary 

Esther Brinkmann Miami 

Betty Jean B robston Ta I lahassee 

Inells Bronson Kissimmee 

Barbara Brown Lake Park 

Betty Ann Brown West Palm Beach 

Clara Mae Brown Trenton 

Elaine Brown Madison 

Jeannelle Brown Jacksonville 

Lucille Brown Jacksonville 

Geraldine Bryan Ft. Pierce 

Edythe Buchman Plant City 

Harriet Bunnen Pensacola 

Elsie Burdin Miami 

Mary Elizabeth Burrell Eustis 

Margaret Burler Havana 

Betty Calhoun Jacksonville 

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Mary Calley Miami 

Celia Camp Lake Alfred 

Beatrice Campbell Sarasota 

Miriam Campbell Pensacola 

fie&6mert> , . 

^leA^Mtea , , 

Catherine Carey St. Augustine 

Elizabeth Cargill Orlando 

Patricia Carlson Tallahassee 

Violet Carlton Zolfo Springs 

Elease Carr Citra 

Ann Carter Tampa 

Anne Carter Orlando 

Jean Carter Jacksonville 

Joyce Carter Jacksonville 

Prisci I la Carter J acksonvi I le 

Chris Caruthers Bradenton 

Angie Castellano Tampa 

Marjorie Caswell Alachua 

Kitty Chaires Chaires 

Earlene Chancey Ft. Myers 

Hester Anne Chazal Oca la 

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Ada Cherry Pensacola 

Edith Chestnut Sanford 

Margaret Chewning West Palm Beach 

Ethel Clann Tampa 

Betty Jane Clark Greensboro 

Gladys Clark Jacksonville 

Jean Adair Clark Eustis 

Hazel Clarkson Ft. Myers 


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Gwendolyn Clements Wilmington, Va. 

Don is Clifton Oca la 

Marie Clifton DeLand 

Pearl Cline Boynton Beach 

Frances Clopton Miami Beach 

Carolyn Cofer Jacksonville 

Carol Coghlan Ft. Lauderdale 

Margaret Cogswell Tallahassee 

Ann Coleman Lake Butler 

Helen Colgan New Port Richey 

Helen Commander Westview 

Mary Elizabeth Conant Lakeland 

Katherine Cooper Tampa 

Judy Courtney Miami 

Barbara Covington Plant City 

Lola Covington Pensacola 

Wanda Cowart Nocatee 

Carolyn Cox Tallahassee 

E I i zabeth Cramar Ft. Myers 

Virginia Lee Crews Lake Placid 

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Dorothy Crosby . Brooker 

Priscilla Crosby Coral Gables 

Margie Crum Moore Haven 

June Crumbly Tampa 

'pteA&mett . . 

'pneA^mett . . 

Bayne Culbreth Panama City 

Barbara Cullifer Panama City 

Gloria Cummings Coral Gables 

Doris Cunningham Holly Hill 

Jean Cushman Titusville 

Jean Ann Daly Palm Beach 

Jean Dance Ta I lahassee 

Sylvia Ruth Daniel Winter Haven 


Oris Darling Tallahassee 

Alice Datson _ Orlando 

Lillian Davenport Sarasota 

Betty Davidson Chief land 

Christine Davis , Wauchula 

Dorothy Davis Lake Wales 

Jacquelyn Davis Perry 

Mary Margaret Davis Tallahassee 



Y/ f 

Emily Dawkins Tampa 

Louise Deese Wellborn 

Car la Deitz Miami 

Phyllis DeKalb Clearwater 

Dorothy LeLotte Cross City 

Evangeling Demetrilis Neptune Beach 

Zodie DeMoville Perry 

Betty DeVersey Clearwater 

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Clarissa Dey Coral Gables 

Elizabeth Dickson Chipley 

Patricia Dillard Miami 

Betty Dixon Tampa 

Vera Dixon Tampa 

Elnora Dohlin Miami 

Agnes Dorsey Laurel Hill 

Caroline Drummond Miami 

Marion Dubois Jupiter 

Francine Dunning Miami 

Jeanne Dupree Miami Beach 

Joyce Durrance Ft. Meade 

Helen Dwoskin Jacksonville 

Juanita Dyal Mayo 

Frances Eaddy Bushnell 

Ruby Eaddy Bushnell 

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Martha Earnhardt New Smyrna Beach 

Jennie Edwards Quincy 

Marie Edwards Brooker 

Patricia Ellise St. Augustine 

Phyllis Etherton _Moore Haven 

Frances Ewart Jacksonville 

Betty Ewing East Lake Weir 

Mabel Ferguson New Smyrna Beach 

^nc^me^t . . 

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^newmett , , 

Mono Ferguson Gainesville 

Geraldine Fernandez Tampa 

Gwendolyn Fitzgerald Tampa 

Rosemary Flanagan Gainesville 

Rosemary Fleming Pensacola 

Mary Virginia Fletcher i Tampa 

Carolyn Flint St. Petersburg 

Margaret Flynn Tallahassee 

Patty Folsom Tampa 

Jacqueline Freeman _, Miami Beach 

Anita Freidman Jacksonville 

Mary Fulton Miami 

Jean Furman Jacksonville 

Suzanne Fuss Jacksonville 

Nita Fussell . Tampa 

Betty Dot Galbraith Orlando 

Catherine Gallagher Zephyrhills 

Jean Ganey Ft. Myers 

Jean Gard Tallahassee 

Katherine Gard Tallahassee 

Mable Gardner Jacksonville 

Laverne Garner Arcadia 

Jane Ann Gasque . Dade City 

Leona Gavigan Miami 

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Norma Gavilan Tampa 

Emily Jane Geeting Dade City 

Rosy Ian Geiserman Miami 

Jean Giberson Lake Wales 

Dorothy Gi II Chattahoochee 

Dorothy Gillen _. Jacksonville 

Doris Gillman Milton 

Elizabeth Golden St. Petersburg 

Virginia Goodell Jacksonville 

Mildred Gore Lake City 

Marylaide Granaghan Jacksonville 

Martha Granger Kissimmee 

Ruby Granger Lake City 

Ann Grant Miami 

Patricia Grant , Bay Pines 

Nell Gray Havana 

Margaret Graydon Miami 

Rachel Green Greensboro 

Minnie Louise Green __.Stuart 

Joan Grimesly Tampa 


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Jean Guill Jacksonville 

Mae Gwynn Ta I lahassee 

Jane Anne Hadley West Palm Beach 

Betty Hall Arcadia 

^leA^mea , , 

f%eA&me*t . . 

Joyce Hall Jacksonville 

Mary Hall... St. Petersburg 

Freddie Love Hamilton Steinhatchee 

Barbara Ann Hammett Dade City 

Joyce Hansen Dania 

Nedra Hansen Arcadia 

Betty Hanson Tallahassee 

Jane Hardacre Jacksonville 

Evelyn Hare Tallahassee 

Louise Hargis Leesburg 

Betty Harris Pensacola 

Joyce Harris Bowling Green 

Lois Harris Bartow 

Eloise Harrison Tallahassee 

Kay Harrison Tallahassee 

Betty Jo Hart Milton 

Rosanne Hartwell Ft. Lauderdale 

Nancey Harvey Tampa 

Jean Harvill Tampa 

Dorothy Anne Hay White Springs 

Thelma Gaye Haymond Bartow 

Betty Jean Hazen St. Petersburg 

Marjorie Headley Punta Gorda 

Elynor Heath _. Jacksonville 



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Anita Hebble Lakeland 

Lucy Hedberg Jacksonville 

June Hedick Brooksville 

Patricia Heisler Winter Haven 

Catherine Heitzman Gainesville 

Jeannette Herndon Bristol 

Linda Herold Miccosukee 

Betty Jane Herring Sarasota 

Laura Hilton Jacksonville 

Joyce Hinton Lakeland 

Pol ly Hodges Cedar Key 

Mary Lou Hofma Tallahassee 

Ruth Holladay Miami 

Jean Holland Ft. Lauderdale 

Mary Lou Holland DeFuniak Springs 

Irma Holt Miami 

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Elizabeth Hooker Neptune Beach 

Phyllis Hooker Ft. Lauderdale 

Betty Hope Tampa 

Barbara Home Hampton 

Mildred Horrox Lake Wales 

Betty Houligan Lake Alfred 

Helen Mae Howell Branford 

Margaret Huff Ft. Ogden 

'ptetfitftett , , 

f%e4£me*t . . 

Shirley Huggins Melbourne 

Gladys Hughes Lake Worth 

Jewell Hughes Daytona Beach 

Mary Lou Hunt , Miami 

Frances Hunter Miami 

Louise Hutchinson lacksonville 

Anne Irving lacksonville 

Mary Jackson Daytona Beach 

Toby Jacobskind Miami 

Nave I la Jenkins Miami 

Edith Johnson Jacksonville 

Evelyn Johnson Quincy 

Evelyn Phene Johnson Warrington 

Marion Johnson Tallahassee 

Mildred Johnson Ft. Pierce 

Myra Jean Johnson Bascom 

Nina Faye Johnson Miami 

Terry Johnson Clearwater 

Estelle Jones Jacksonville 

Helen Jones : Windermere 

Jacqueline Jones Jacksonville 

Jacquita Jones Coral Gables 

Mary Josephine Jones Punta Gorda 

Nancy Jones Jacksonville 

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Sally Ann Joyce Miami 

Lois Lillian Joyner Ocala 

Piri Kohlenberg Sarasota 

Carol Kartman Miami 

Marcile Kaufman Miami Beach 

Catherine Kautz lacksonville 

Barbara Keen Starke 

Lucy Lee Kelley Foley 

Ruth Kennedy DeFuniak Springs 

Colleen Kenney Orlando 

Barbara King Jacksonville 

Berniece Kirkland Bonifay 

Joanne Kirkland Melbourne 

Bessalena Kittrell Panama City 

Kathryne Klein Glen St. Mary 

Mary Catherine Kluttz Jacksonville Beach 


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Ann Cooper Knight Tampa 

Janell Knight Jacksonville 

Martha Lainhart West Palm Beach 

Gloria Lance Tallahassee 

Sarah Lane Miami 

Joan Langner Miami Beach 

Betty Lankford Gainesville 

Mary Lena Lassing St. Petersburg 

^teA^mett . , 

Page Hi 

f%e4&me*t . , 

Nellie Latham Canal Point 

Constance Laube Orlando 

Elinor Law Jacksonville 

Jean Law Lutz 

Robin Lawson Miami 

Ann Leach West Palm Beach 

Joy Lee Gainesville 

Nancy Lefholz Coral Gables 



Olivia Letton Tampa 

Mary Ellen Lisle Winter Beach 

Bertie Loftus Tampa 

Joan Longdon Daytona Beach 



Shirley Longino Bradenton 

Jean Lord Jacksonville 

Arlene Love Trenton 

Dorothy Love Panama City 


Frances Love Cocoa 

Lois Lovett Greenvi I le 

Betty Loy West Palm Beach 

Mary Lucas Miami 

Betty Luten Miami 

Florence Lyles Tampa 

I mogene Lyons Cross City 

Sarah Macready West Palm Beach 

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Betty Lou Maddox Lakeland 

Marilyn Maddox Wewahitchka 

Martha Magruder Coconut Grove 

Margery Mallard Tampa 

Carmen Manucy Miami 

Lee Marshall New Smyrna Beach 

Adele Marsicano Tampa 

Elaine Marston Clearwater 

Dorothy Martin Jacksonville 

Jane Martin Tampa 

Joanne Martin Lake Wales 

Maxine Masters Jacksonville 

Retha Mae Mauldin Wi II iston 

Elizabeth Jane Maxwell Plant City 

Mary Mayhuse Bartow 

Lois Meadors Glenwood 

Carolyn Mease Dunedin 

Bobbie Meffert Ocala 

Sylvia Metsch Sanford 

Cynthia Merrin Gainesville 

Geraldine Meyer Frostproof 

Barbara Middleton Tampa 

Alice Miller Jacksonville 

Connie Miller Miami 

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^teA^mea . . 

fie4&me*t> . . 

Elizabeth Milton Marianna 

Maude Ann Mims_ Miami 

Antoinette Minardi Tampa 

Barbara Mitchell .__ New Port, R. I. 

Barbara Mizer Coral Gables 

Valda Mock Ft. Meade 

Marie Moe Jacksonville 

Marjorie Lee Montgomery Jacksonville 

Mary Catherine Moody Panama City 

Paggy Moor Clearwater 

Betty Moore Sanford 

Eloise Moore Oca la 

Mari lyn Morgan Greenwood 

Corltandt Morper Archer 

Florence Morrison St. Cloud 

Anna Lee Moss Bradenton 

Betty Murray Miami 

Carol Murrell Cocoa 

Cheryl Muster Boynton Beach 

Betty Jo Mc Bride Bradenton 

Flora Mae McBride Lake City 

Helen McCann Tallahassee 

Ann McCarty Tampa 

Annette McClellan Blountstown 

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Inez McClellan Panama City 

Beverly McCollum Miami 

Martha McCarmack Jacksonville 

Rosemary McCay Miami 

Eleanor McCullough Miami 

Martha Mail McDonald Sebring 

Joan MacEdwards Lakeland 

Margaret McGoogan Jacksonville 

Mary Ann Mc Irwin Leesburg 

Frances McKeown Sneads 

Mary Louise McKinney Wildwood 

Sara Frances McLamore Warrington 

Betty Jean McLarty Pahokee 

Mavis McMillan Lake Alfred 

Evelyn McRoyan Sarasota 

Betty Wells Nelson DeFuniak Springs 

Beverly Nelson Tallahassee 

Em Turner Nickinson Pensacola 

Jane Nightingale — Neptune Beach 

Barbara Nolen Inverness 

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Annette Nordan St. Augustine 

Velma Norman ... Starke 

Margie Norris - Jacksonville 

Doris Nowak Pensacola 

^nc^AmeK . . 

^leA^mevt * . 

Martha O'Bannon Miami 

Frances Oberholtzer Yalaha 

Alice O'Brien Sebring 

Bernice O' Bryan Alrha 

Bessie Odlund Demery Hill 

Pattie Odom Perry 

Ann Oetjen Jacksonvi I le 

Estelle O'Farrell Atmore, Ala. 

V<3? * 



Jean Ogden Floral City 

Ruth Ellen Olsen Pensacola 

Mary Lee Overstreet Macclenny 

Zathia Owen Winter Haven 

Margaret Page Dade City 

Martha Page San ford 

Shirley Palmer Tampa 

I del la Parker Tallahassee 

Emma la Pate Mont ice I !o 

Dottie Patrick- ._ Holly Hill 

Betty Patterson Ta I lahassee 

Barbara Patton Crawfordville 

Jean Paul West Palm Beach 

Phyllis Paul Jacksonville 

Carmen Peeples Punta Gorda 

Elizabeth Petynia Jacksonville 

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Floy Jean Pf lough DeLand 

Aura lie Phillips Chipley 

Bettye Jean Phillips^ Jacksonville 

Nell Phi 1 1 ips Orlando 

Mary Phi I pot Tampa 

Madge Phinney Williston 

Mildred Pippin Chipley 

Teddy Pippin Chipley 

Mary Alice Pitts Tampa 

Elizabeth Pope Cypress 

Miriam Portnoy Jacksonville 

Creola Priest Crystal River 

Margaret Pruitt_ Miami 

Christine Puckett Tallahassee 

Jane Rabb Tampa 

Gwendolyn Ramage Kissimmee 

Caroline Ramsey Jacksonville 

Jane Anne Ranson .-. Delray Beach 

Esther Rasmussen DeLand 

Mildred Ray Burbank 

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Elizabeth Ann Read St. Petersburg 

Guinevere Register Graceville 

Agnes Renfroe Lake Placid 

Jean Rhodes Orlando 

fnewmeti ■,. . 

^led&meit . . 

Bobbie Lee Rice Tampa 

Betty Richards Ft. Pierce 

Gloria Riegler Lutz 

Bern ice Rizk Jacksonville 

Rose Ann Robarts Alachua 

Betty Robbins Bradenton 

Fern Roberts Tampa 

Mildred Roberts Jacksonville 

Ruth Roberts Tallahassee 

Edna Robinson lacksonville 

Jerry Robinson Ft. Myers 

Mildred Robson Sanford 

Abbye Jean Rodgers Chiefland 

Arsenia Rodriquez Tampa 

Ramona Rodriquez Key West 

Verna Rogers Miami 

Natalina Rogolina St. Augustine 

Eloise Rollins Clearwater 

Jean Allison Roof Lake City 

Mary Frances Rotolo Tampa 

Sarah Routon Quincy 

Emma Rumbley Sanford 

Dorothy Russell New Smyrna Beach 

Myra Russell Brooksville 

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Betty Soger.... Jacksonville 

Annie Sanches Pensacola 

Hilda Sanches Tampa 

Pearl Sapero Miami Beach 


Mary Jean Saunders Orlando 

Ava Ruth Sawyer Monticello 

Nora Evelyn Scaff Jasper 

De lores Scarborough Brooksville 

Vivian Scheaffer Miami Beach 

Margaret Schneider Miami 

Joy Schoedler Tampa 

Joanne Schwartz Miami 

Charlotte Scott Oklawaha 

Muriel Scott Ft. Myers 

Ann Seaward lacksonville 

Theresa Sellers Ft. Meade 

Amante Semmes Pensacola 

Bobbie Setliff Ft. Lauderdale 

Renee Settle New Smyrna Beach 

Alice Sharp Jacksonville 

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Mamie Shaw Citra 

Helen Shealy Citra 

Jane Shirley Ft. Meade 

Louise Shonter Miami 

^nte&mw . . 

^ledfamea . , 

Frimit Silberstein Jacksonville 

Margaret Simkins Jacksonville 

Marie Simmons Oak Hill 

Marion Simmons Tampa 

Mary Frances Simmons Pensacola 

Dale Simon West Palm Beach 

Annette Simpson Ft. Myers 

Joy Simpson Daytona Beach 

Laura Simpson Ft. Myers 

Artemis Skevakis St. Petersburg 

Sally Slater Hollywood 

Helen Slay Pensacola 

Carolyn Sloan West Palm Beach 

Patricia Small Miami 

Aurelia Smith Chattahoochee 

Elizabeth Smith Pensacola 

Eloise Smith Mayo 

Emma Jean Smith Ocala 

Faye Smith Madison 

Gladys Smith Tampa 

Isobel Smith Gainesville 

Margaret Smith Tampa 

Mary Louise Smith Gainesville 

Frances Smithers Jacksonville 



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Charlotte Snyder Tampa 

Rose Spicola Tampa 

Shirley Spillers Jacksonville 

Delores Spitzer Jacksonville 

Frances Spooner Hernando 

Jessie Sprott Lake Wales 

Theora Stahmann Tallahassee 

Doris Stallwood Plant City 

Sue May Stanfill Greenwood 

Catherine Stanford Oakland 

Jane Stanley Winter Haven 

Lucy Stapleton Jacksonvi I le 

Christine Stasinos Pensacola 

Eugenia Stathis Jacksonville 

Shirley Stephens Neptune Beach 

Nancy Stevens Pahokee 

Da I las Stever Miami 

Ann Stinson DeFuniak Springs 

Frances Stockbridge Miami 

Betty Stokes Neptune Beach 

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Jacqueline Story Lakeland 

Nancy Lee Streater Lakeland 

Joyce Stroberg Miami 

Lottie Stubbs Marianna 

fie4&me*t . . 

'ptewmea . . 

Frances Stulck Winter Garden 

Eloise Suber Homestead 

Mary Catherine Suber Homestead 

Robbie Louise Summer Orlando 

Jean Sutton Live Oak 

Margaret Swanson West Palm Beach 

Shirley Swear ingen Gainesville 

Alvyna Sweatt Okeechobee 

Betty Sweet Miami 

Frances Swing ley Lakeland 

Elizabeth Tarratus Jacksonville 

Blanche Taylor Palatka 

Dottie Taylor Cortez 

Lois Taylor Orlando 

Jean Thomas Ta I lahassee 

Patricia Ellen Thomas Tampa 

Rosa Nell Thomas Jacksonville 

Jean Thompson Tallahassee 

Norma Thompson Tarpon Springs 

Betty Thrower Jacksonville 

Mary Nell Thrower Tampa 

Marilyn Till Bartow 

Joyce Todd Quincy 

Elizabeth Trevarthen Orlando 


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Anne Turbiville Tampa 

Ella Jean Turaville .Tampa 

Pauline Tuttle West Palm Beach 

Car Ion Unger Hollywood 

Miriam Van Home St. Petersburg 

Charlotte Van Ness Inverness 

Ann Vaughn Jacksonville 

Edwina Vaughn Pensacola 

Jeannette Varn Dade City 

Virginia Varne Tallahassee 

Catherine Verser Tallahassee 

Elizabeth Vinson Miami 

Annette Vitsky Miami Beach 

Virginia Vogt Lake Wales 

Elizabeth Von Dohlen Jacksonville 

Edna Voyles Lakeland 

Helen Waldrop Bay Harbor 

Mary Walker Miami 

Violet Wa Iters Jacksonvi I le 

Aileen Ward Tampa 

Olga Ward Malone 

Mary Pat Warner Quincy 

Billie Washburn Ft. Myers 

Sally Watson St. Petersburg 

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^leA^mea . . 

fieAJimea , . 

Annie Ruth Welch __ Lake Butler 

Dorothy Juanita Wells Monticello 

Sara Lou Wells Miami 

Frances Wesson Tallahassee 

Betty West Gainesville 

Ma rye Lutha Wheeler Dover 

Barbara White Vero Beach 

Elizabeth White Archer 

Frances White Tallahassee 

Mary Louise White .__. Ft. Lauderdale 

Jo Ann Whitehurst Lake Wales 

Janet Whitman Sarasota 

Barbara Whitney Neptune Beach 

Kathleen Wilder Jacksonville 

Virginia Wilder New Smyrna Beach 

Frances Williams Miami 

Ida Lee Williams Alachua 

Margaret Williams Clewiston 

Sylvia Joyce Williams Jacksonville 

Winona Wi liner Valrico 

Betty Wills Tampa 

Iris Dee Wilson Perry 

Janice Wilson Jacksonville 

Lois Anne Wilson Tampa 

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Louise Wilson .Umatilla 

Virginia Wilson Tampa 

Doris Wood Miami 

Mary Wood St. Augustine 

Sara Lee Woodward Tallahassee 

Sarah M. Woodward Jacksonville 

Betty Jane Wright Ft. Lauderdale 

Patricia Yates Tallahassee 

Evelyn Youngblood Tampa 

Eloise Ziglar Arcadia 

Jane Ziegler , Miami 

Joanne Zewadski Tampa 

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'THay Day . . . 

Lovely Dink Ashton was our choice for May Queen. Crowned 
in a traditional ceremony, the Queen was accompanied by 
twelve of the most attractive seniors. 


Elected by the student body the court included: 
Betty Jean Wells, Lillian Ergle, Stella Barrineau, 
June McCurdy, Patty Lou Hill, Betty Ann Shiver, 
Corrine Johnson, Betty Trigg Thompson, Jane 
Waldo, Martha Jane Brown, Bonnie Hunt, and 
Margaret Baugh. 

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"She stood on tiptoe and peered over the edge of a mushroom." 

Elfish eyes . . . bobbling black curls . . . infectious smile . . . even to her bouncing walk 
. . . there is a happy, carefree quality in "King,". . . which she instantly conveys to all 
about her ... As our Treasurer of C. G. A. . . . she has coped with the financial prob- 
lems of every organization and activity on campus . . . and with an almost wizardly skill, 
has succeeded in making ends meet . . . Her love for "Stardust" is as fervent as her vehe- 
ment dislike for bananas . . . confronted with this fruit she is heard to scream, "Uh, 
uh, they make my ears itch". . . Also seen is the serious side to Madelyn . . . the Made- 
lyn whose eagerness to help others has prompted her to excel as a Social Work Major . . . 
King has the rare quality of combining friendliness and strength . . . into proportions 
forming an ideal whole. 

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"Child of pure unclouded brow and dreamy eyes of wonder." 

Ann Carolyn . . . the charming girl whose quiet dignity . . . love of truth . . . and fairness in all 
things have been the cornerstone of her ascent from president of the sophomore class ... to 
President of C. G. A. . . . Her belief in people and love of church work have been evidenced 
in untiring hours spent at the Methodist Student House . . . Ann Carolyn professes her fav- 
orite form of recreation to be music . . . Westcott walls have welcomed the work of her fingers 
as they flew over the organ keys, and small gatherings always anticipate the pleasure of her 
presence at the piano ... A quiet girl . . . whose demure composure is vulnerable only to the 
mention of her "Walter". . . Ann Carolyn . . . the fascinating girl . . . with a strange fancy 
for slinky evening attire . . . and an unfaltering strength of purpose. 

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"I know something interesting is sure to happen." 

"Miss Preoccupied" she could be called . . . Accompanied by her far-away look, Kit usually 
turns up at the most unexpected times and places . . . saying and doing the most unexpected 
things . . . hobbling across the stage in Even Dem, making a howling success of ancient 
Nero . . ."dressed up for a party" in a bedraggled old shirt . . . running across the grass 
with a hockey stick suspended over her head. She bears an obvious mark of distinction . . . her 
prominent widow's peak which points directly at two large brown eyes . . . sparkling . . . devil- 
ish . . . trusting. Kit is never ruffled . . . non-excitable . . . She is often puzzled and quietly 
amazed . . . Sometimes she is absent-minded . . . Kit runs on an even keel . . . can be sure 
of smooth sailing . . . always there for friendship and fun . . . the pet stagehand . . ."dear 
old Kit Land!" 

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"The sweet and loving heart." 

A softness and mellowness ... in her blonde hair . . . Dresden blue eyes . . . and olive 
complexion ... in the way she walks and speaks . . . even in the way she laughs so freely 
. . . but more than this, one is instantly impressed by the fact that Dink is a person of 
sincerity . . . Among her favorite "loves" are dancing . . . which she does so well . . . 
bridge . . . and Hunley, the man for whom she constantly endeavors to improve her cook- 
ing ability . . . Dink's antics have made her the practical joker of Esteren . . . often to 
the chagrin of the black and white clad members of the opposing faction . . . She is the 
ever-ready companion for hikes to camp and Games Woods ... or informal sessions at 
the piano . . . the agile nymph on the volleyball court . . . and the friendly language ma- 
jor .. . Dink is our lovely queen of May ... A royal personality always. 

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"So she rested at the Tum-Tum tree and stood a while in thought." 

Bea looks as she is . . . noble . . . Her portrayal of Even Dem's Mark Anthony with his greatness of 
character and high ideals required no great change of personality, for she merely displayed her own 
purposefulness and earnestness in a fictitious setting . . . Whimsical . . . subtle . . . commanding 
a marvelous sense of humor, Bea can convert small talk into conversation . . . engrossing and 
jocose . . . Hers is not the comical type of wit ... it is clever ... as deep-rooted as her logical 
thinking and innate sincerity . . . Knowing what she wants, Bea goes after it with determination, 
guided by a philosophy which she has conceived herself . . . Flavored with a bit of the precocious, 
a dash of the dramatic, Bea copes with everything . . . Russia is the topic she chose for her honor's 
paper . . . quoting Lenin is one of her favorite and versatile pastimes . . . She wants to understand 
. . . She tries to understand . . . and before long . . . she does! 

Page 135 


"And how she would feel with all their simple sorrows and find a pleasure 
in all their simple joys." 

Integrity, sincerity, tolerance . . . when one thinks of these, one thinks of 
Catherine . . . And with these go those other qualities . . . betrayed by her 
mischevious brown eyes and intriguing up-side-down smile . . . her ever 
present sense of humor and friendliness . . . For Catherine likes people . . . 
At F Club sings ... at camp — on the lake or in the kitchen — . . . wherever 
fun and fellowship are found one usually finds Catherine . . . One knows 
her as the student officer of sound judgment . . . the enthusiastic sports 
woman . . . the girl with the contagious laughter . . . but above all, as the 
sympathetic friend . . . for kindly is the world for Cotton. 

Page 136 


"There ought to be a book written about me — that there ought!" 

The lovable clown of her classes, Corinne has "charged" through four years 
of college ... as the spirited fan dancer of Even Demonstrations ... as 
the green and gold of autumn pep rallies ... as the Thanksgiving queen 
gesturing with typical enthusiasm from a reeling jeep ... A lover of the 
unconventional, she will be remembered for her pigeon-toed walk . . . her 
attire of long shirts and blue jeans . . . her waggish ways . . . Born with the 
gift of the story-teller ... a lover of poetry and all people . . . she presides 
in the Soda Shop . . . favored for her friendly and thoughtful conversation 
. . . Corinne is the unique source of kindness, generosity, and originality . . . 
An intriguing scamp . . . The Even Spirit. 

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The love-gift of a fairy tale." , 

Martha Jane . . . graceful and tranquil . . . the perfect president of the senior class . . . she is always the lady 
. . . even on the volleyball court . . . where she strives so diligently to become the "athletic type" ... As chairman 
of the Youth Conference this year and as a conscientious contributor to her student house program, Martha Jane's 
quiet voice and gracious manner have instilled in us a feeling of confidence . . . and of inspiration . . . The 
"Mother Hen" of Landis Hall, she has hovered over the activities of over-worked, oft-befuddled seniors . . . and 
has been looked upon as the unfailing Emily Post of her class . . . Just by being herself, Martha Jane has made 
a better thing of our school . . . and of us. 

Page 138 


"There is no other flower in the garden that can move about like her." 

The quiet one . . . wearing an amused smile which must accompany amused thoughts ... A girl with defi- 
nite opinions . . . Widie is perfection in modern dance ... a leotard-lass to be proud of . . . the girl whose 
willowy movements have graced the stage in all dance programs and Even Demonstrations . . . Swift and 
light-footed, she is as engaging on the volleyball court . . . Conscientious in her work on Playnight Com- 
mittee, Widie has introduced much new talent to her Tally audience . . . Intelligence marks her work, 
study being one of her varied interests . . . Gifted as a violinist and a pianist . . . She expresses music 
from head to toe . . . Blondness is her specialty . . . long, fine hair . . . shiney in the sun ... a small fig- 
ure with a big heart ... a stabilizing influence ... to be a June bride . . . Let's label her Our Alice! 

Page 139 


'^Yhen I use a word," Humpty Dumptij said, "it means just what I choose it to mean — 
neither more nor less." 

Practical jokes and their amusing results provoke the sudden twinkling so individual to 
Babe's eyes . . . natural gaity softened by sincere thoughtfulness assures others of her 
innate friendliness and interest . . . animated action distinguishes Babe on the basket- 
ball court . . . her skill and love of the sport win the admiration of the freshmen whom 
she coaches ... A leader in all she does, Babe will be remembered for her dependable 
nature and willingness to work . . . she knows what she wants and will get it from her 
own special way of living . . . perseverance proves this . . . Friends of the F-Club circle 
cannot forget her peculiar way of singing and the teasing which it has always brought 
her . . . Let us call Babe sterling . . . She will always ring true. 

Page 140 


"1 must go and get ready to play croquet!" 

Sarah represents the highest meaning and tradition of our three torches ... an encyclopedia of 
valuable experiences to relate to underclassmen . . . each volume of which reveals one of the 
many sides of "the tall girl with blond curly hair" . . . Pull her volume of service from the shelf 
and you will find lists of innumerable little tasks . . . managing the mike . . . fixing foot lights 
. . . erecting scenery . . . arranging pep rallies . . . coaching volleyball . . . building camp fires 
. . . Scores of playful pranks . . . strains of harmonica music . . . peals of genuine laughter . . . 
heaps of souvenirs and beloved hats . . . snapshots of camp life and team play . . . memories of 
the role of Prince Charming ... of trips to the barn ... of climbing the rafters, of cutting cy- 
press "knees'. . . these fill the volume of the fun-lover ... A massive volume of serious thoughts 
records Bennett's qualities of loyalty to her responsibility . . . her devotion to her friends . . . her 
spontaneous eagerness to "keep doing something". . . her deep conviction of right and wrong . . . 
The encyclopedia to be enjoyed by all . . . the wearer of the emblem . . . Sarah Bennett, a girl 
in coveralls. 

Page 141 


"The time has come to talk of many things: of shoes and ships — and sealing wax — of cab- 
bages and kings." 

The sound of feverish activity every Thursday night no longer startles us, for we know that 
an ink-besmeared Janet is simply in the process of "putting the Flambeau to bed". . . 
these sheets of eagerly-read print occupy such a prominent position in her life . . . that to 
Janet, there can be only one possible meaning to the letter "F". . . FLAMBEAU! Her in- 
terest in the varied happenings on campus reflects not merely an interest in journalism, 
but a genuine concern for progressive education and for people themselves ... In a quiet 
but efficient manner, Janet has assumed countless responsibilities . . . and still found 
time for frequent games of bridge . . . for endless hours of bull-sessions ... or for scan- 
ning the latest best-selling novel . . . We'd like to know Janet better, because she's such 
an interested and interesting person. 

Page 142 


"Pat her on the head arid see how pleased she'll be." 

Editor of our annual ... a hard worker whose sweetness inspires her co-work- 
ers to strive for the correctness she suggests . . . Meggie, unassuming and in- 
telligent . . . one who appreciates intelligent people . . . people with ideas . . . 
quiet, but aware of all that goes on ... A lover of sophisticated society, Mar- 
garet likes "to dress up and go places". . . poise . . . beautiful clothes . . . love- 
ly manners . . . displaying versatility in conversation and interests . . . she is at 
ease in any social situation for charm is hers . . . Her little-girl-manner and 
ready smile invite all to know her . . . Meggie spends her time doing little 
things for her school ... is teased for the pins she wears which recognize her 
ability . . . Personnel work is her aim . . . psychology her major . . . Margaret is 
a good listener . . . and a better conversationalist . . . She finds pleasure in 
watching people "carry on". . . neatness speaks for Maggie . . . she walks across 
the pages of Mademoiselle. 


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"You, make one quite dizzy!" 

A naive face . . . which can't quite hide the roguish personality of the fun-lov- 
ing girl beneath . . . Sarcastic quips and bubbling gaiety which make the rain- 
iest weekend at camp one of delight ... a breathless enthusiasm often evi- 
denced in her mile-a-minute conversation . . . There is a determination and 
a sincerity in Audrey which are a panacea for the problems of more than nine 
hundred "green little freshmen". . . and she displays agility and quickness, 
both on the hockey field and in her language classes . . . her snapping eyes 
and glistening black hair will be remembered, as will the confident "it's so easy 
to be good" of her campaign speech for Freshmen Adviser. 

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"The time has come," the Walrus said, 
"To talk of many things: 
Of shoes — and ships — and sealing-wax — 
Of caooages — and kings — " 

Shirley . . . the shining example of what can be done by reversing the traditional procedure. 
An essentially vital person, Duggan is excited about living — in a world of progress and ad- 
vancement. . . . With an intellectual approach, she crusades for liberty and justice . . . and 
her inspired Senate speeches, accompanied by quick gestures with excited hands, will be 
long remembered by admiring classmates. ... A political science major, Shirley shines in 
Soda Shop discussions on government politics, the PAC, semantics ... or any likely topic 
at bay. . . . Subtle, ironically humorous, she never fails to look at herself objectively and at 
her classmates realistically. . . . Always busy, always interested, Shirley heralds the ap- 
proach of the woman of tomorrow, the citizen of the world. 

Page 145 


"Oh, — 'tis love, 'tis Jove, that makes the world go ' round. " 

Betty . . . opening her eyes in eager anticipation of each day . . . and living in tune with 
the best within her heart. . . . With rare childlike enthusiasm, she dances through life . . . 
scampering across campus, calling to her friends . . . her black hair flying, her sparkling 
eyes bright. . . . That's Betty, looking like a French doll in her quaint Mother Hubbard 
nightie . . . doing her church work quietly and sincerely at the Student House . . . collect- 
ing and weeping over volumes of sentimental poetry . . . amusing her sorority sisters with 
her midnight pranks and capers. . . . Sincere Chairman of Off-Campus Committee, and 
member of Judiciary . . . Betty, by knowing her own heart, worked conscientiously and long 
to understand the actions of others. . . . Often teased for appearing gullible, Betty, instead, 
refuses to believe the worst of anyone . . . for she herself lives in accordance with the 
best. . . . 

Page 146 


"I'm never sure where I'm going to be from one minute to another." 

Peggy Lu . . . the girl we'll remember when we think of the finer things of life — the 
books, the music, the friends. . . . With patience and quiet dignity, she has found 
meaning in life . . . through her religious convictions, her sincere desire to learn, her 
intelligent appreciation of her fellowman. . . . The hardworking Chairman of Resi- 
dence Halls, Peggy Lu spent hours in conference . . . chuckling over the secret date 
of the next midnight firedrill ... or patiently ironing out the troubles of bewildered 
house presidents. . . . For her psychology Honors Work, Peggy Lu chose to study Per- 
sonality . . . and her firm belief in the individuality of each person made smoother 
discussions in Judiciary meetings. . . . Subtle humor, calm wisdom, love of people . . . 
and more . . . these are the things Peggy Lu is made of . . . and the things that fit her 
for her chosen field, that of Religious Education. . . . 

Page 147 


"The garden of live flowers." 

Jo-Jo, the one whose genuine goodness strikes you . . . whose love for music and rhythm reveals 
itself in her thoughts and work. . . . There is happiness in her voice . . . happiness which she finds 
in people and in books . . . but most of all in herself. . . . Her sincerity and straight forwardness 
endear her to all who know her. ... Jo lives gracefully . . . just as she dances. ... A cunning 
sense of humor contributes sparkle to her words and her pleasant smile is as spontaneous as her 
will to work. . . . We like to be with Jo ... on the swimming team ... at WRA meetings ... at 
modern dance practices. . . . She leaves her time and abilities to those who need her. . . . There 
is a freshness about Jo ... a sweetness and light. 

Page 148 


Their summer houseparty at Daytona . . . Sunday night suppers at the house with pledges 
taking over . . open-house for guests and alumnae at Thanksgiving . . . Christmas party 
and light-flash birthday parties . . . banquets and the pledge breakfast ... A January 
dance and the pledges entertaining as night club hostesses at their party . . . getting to 
know Dorothy Thompson during her visit on campus ... a weekend of fun at camp 
friendship in just living together . . . bound by the strings of the Lyre 






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Carter, Jean 



@ni Omeact, 

Colors: Scarlet and olive green 

Open motto: "Together let us seek the heights' 

Founded: 1885 

Members not pictured: 

Carlo Dietz 
Jonnie Mires 


























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"Living for each other". . . fun for all in the backyard parties on Sunday nights . . . wel- 
coming alumnae to their colonial 'home away from home' at Thanksgiving time . . . riot- 
ous skits through pledges' efforts . . . song fests . . . having a spring dance instead of 
the annual Christmas formal now that there's a quarter system ... a tea dance and a hay- 
ride to round out the big weekend and make happy days for A D Pi's. 

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Corry, D. 



Corry, G. 


Corry, S. 


Johnson, M. 

T>dta Pi 

Colors: Blue and white 

Open motto: "We live for each other" 

Founded: 1851 

Members not pictured: 

Patty Harrison 
Sylvia Hinds 


non, J. 


Lance, G. 

Lance, M. 






Routon, R. 

Routon, S. 


Simon, D. 







Page 153 


AGD's . . . punctuating every month with a holiday party . . . October's 
traditional entrance under the orange and black stepladder . . . Thanks- 
giving . . . Christmas cheer ... a new outside grill to liven up Sunday 
night suppers on the back terrace . . . pledges transforming into Co- 
lonial belles at their party in accordance with their house . . . but ac- 
tivities abound there, too . . . Even Dem Chairman, Treasurer of CGA, 
Editor of the Flambeau ... a wonderful year ... a wonderful ending 
. . . house party at Daytona Beach to begin the summer for the Alpha 
Gams . . . 







Page 154 













Colors: Red, buff and green 
Open motto: Alpha Gamma Delta 
Founded: 1904 

Members not pictured: 
Martie Brokaw 
Clara Jane Carroll 
Jeanne Dudley 
Frances McCall 
Mary Nell McFadden 
Dorothy Miller 
Elise Reese 



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Miller, A. 

Miller, H. 







Rogers, C. 

Rogers, J. 



Sprott, J. 

Sprott, R. 








Page 155 


A blue and gold year for Alpha Xi . . . visits from the national vice-presi- 
dent and the province president ... a whirl-wind of social gaiety from cof- 
fees, and formal receptions to comic strip parties and weiner roasts tea at 
Dr. Finner's . . . pledges and their "Shipwreck". . . takers of some campus 
honors . . . Junior class secretary, advertising manager of the FLAMBEAU 
blue-jacketed sophomores . . . life in the "Alpha Xi Castle, or Castle Painted 
Blue and Gold." 





Dawkins, E. 

Dawkins, J 







Page 156 

%e Veto* 

Colors: Gold and double blue 
Founded: 1893 

Members not pictured: 

Jayne Close 
Grace Hays 
Polly Porter 
Charlotte Younckman 






Mims, Mary 
Sherrod Strickland 

Mims, Maude 




Page 157 


Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals . . . exemplified in Chi O's celebration 
of its Golden Anniversary . . . more happiness to celebrate as the twentieth 
year for "Aunt Willie" rolled around as Gamma's housemother . . . tux and 
tails made a comeback at the annual Chi Omega-Pi Phi formal . . . over 
half the chapter membership consisted of little sisters and daughters . . . 
many good times "roughing it" at Game's Woods enjoying the friendliness 
only a weiner roast can bring ... to Chi Omega. 











Covington, B. 

Covington, B. A. 

Davis, G. 

Davis, M. 




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Hanley, C. 

Hanley, M. 




X ft 

Colors: Cardinal and straw 

Open motto: "Hellenic culture and Christian ideals 

Founded: 1895 

Members not pictured: 
Martha Ball Brown 
Harriet Hazard 
Ann Wiggins 
Betty Jo Wilson 























Page 159 


Tri Delta true . . . dancing in their "heaven and hell" for- 
mal .. . informal light flash parties with coffee and sand- 
wiches . . . entertaining the district president and traveling 
secretary . . . buzzing on campus with the president of 
CGA, two judiciary members and Phi Betes . . . singing in 
the kitchen . . . Delta Week for the new initiates . . . gay 
Wakulla joints . . . we'll dream of you and love you 





Collins, Va. 

Collins, Vi 


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Gil I is 





T>dt* T>dt* 

Colors: Silver, gold and blue 

Open motto: "Let us steadfastly love one another" 

Founded : 1 

Member not pictured 
Patricia Allen 
























Page 161 


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Strong in arm and spirit . . D Phi E's "re-dood" their house 
upstairs to start the new school year with a bang . . . then 
they celebrated their twentieth anniversary combined with a 
Big-Little Sister party . . . peak of play time when October 
rolled around and brought with it their informal weekend . . . 
guests included Pi Lambda Phi's from Florida . . . TEP's from 
Emory . . . Moms Murr's homestyle dinner for the chapter 
before the Christmas holidays . . . cows, farmer's daughters, 
moonshine . . . scenery sets for the pledges' party . . . visit 
from the national president . . . sorors and pledges find 
something invaluable in D Phi E. 





Page 162 




^6l Sfr&ilcM 

Colors: Purple and gold 

Open motto: "Esse Quam Videri' 

Founded: 1917 







Page 163 


Wearers of the Lamp . . . enjoying the "rural" 
type of entertainment . . . dressed in Sunday-best 
blue jeans and shirts at their Barnyard party . . . 
lots of dates for the "Garden of Roses" formal in 
November . . . scarcely time to scrape up spilled 
paint after coating the house before the glad ar- 
rival of their province director . . . green and rosy 
memories for Delta Zeta girls. 























Colors: Rose and green 
Founded: 1802 

Members not pictured: 
Celia Llamas 
Merrill Long 
Faye McCracken 
Priscilla Mullins 
Lou Taylor 
Ruth Wilkie 














Page 165 


Gaiety and achievement for Theta . . . representatives flying 
up for the installation of a new chapter at the University of 
Kentucky . . . pledges entertaining other Greek little ones at 
their Harlem night club . . . big month in January for the 
Theta's . . . formal dance . . . founders' day . . . pride in 
their campus activities . . . Off-Campus chairman, president 
of the freshman class, Tarpon Club prexy ... all these fly 
the Theta kite. 


Brophy, S. 


Brown, B. 



Srown, L. 




Bosanquet, B. 

Bosanquet, F. 

Brophy, B. 











Page 166 

rftfifa, *7&eta 


Colors: Black and gold 
Founded: 1870 

Member not pictured: 
Margaret Ann Marshall 


















Page 167 


A reconversion program launched by KD in the spirit of 
peacetime . . . less conspicuous were the silver wings on 
khaki . . . tweed suits and saddle shoes being worn again 
this year . . . impromptu dances ... a hayride ... or a mi- 
gration to G'ville to bring welcome relief from classes . . . 
pledges playing spooks and witches . . . their Halloween party 
. . ."a little bit of heaven on South Copeland Street". . . the 
annual Valentine Formal . . . KD's entering the realm of vic- 
torious athletes by winning the volleyball intramurals . . . 
That's Kappa Delta . . . 







Page 168 









Herring, B. 

Herrin, M. 




Colors: Olive green and pearl gray 

Open motto: "Let us strive for that which is hon- 
orable, beautiful and highest" 

Founded: 1879 

Members not pictured: 

Jane Neilly 

Sarah Jane Talkington 







Taylor, D. 



Nickinson Nolan Olsen, M. 

Reid Satterfield Schaeffner Sparkman 

White Wilson, B. Wilson, J. Wilson, L. 

Olsen, R. 



Taylor, C 



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Page 169 


From Wesleyan College to Florida State . . . there's pleasure 
all the way for members of Phi Mu . . . showing their goods 
in campus activities . . . Thanksgiving queen . . . Spirogyra 
Chief Skull and Crossbone . . . Who's Who'ers . . . bringing 
in the social side of life . . . drinking coffee at Thanksgiving 
while being entertained by pledge attempts at original musi- 
cal scores . . . traditional Christmas party . . . and the high- 
light of the year ... a Valentine formal . . . that's life in 
the house on Sweet Shop Street. 



Hazard, N. 






Irvin, B. 

Irvin, F. 





Giberson, B. 

Giberson, J 








Hazard, F. 

Page 170 


Colors: Rose and white 

Open motto: "Les soeurs fideles' 

Founded: 1852 

Members not pictured 

Claire Bice 
Pat Conlin 
Pat Conner 
Frances Harris 
Marrianne Kemp 


Lassiter, M. Lassister, M. J. 

Saunders Seaward 

Taylor Thomson 

Leslie, J. Leslie, M. Linderman Myers Newkirk 

Sharpe Simp-on Sinclair Smith, S. 

Tillman Walden Waldo Widerquist 

Smith, V. 

Page 171 

Pi Seta 

Shining arrow of Pi Phi . . . pointing toward pleasant memories of this school year . . . 
informal picnics in the backyard, singing Pi Phi tunes ... a big Fall formal with on 
intermission dance of lively nature . . . homecoming at Thanksgiving . . . fun, frolic 
and fellowship . . . the intellectual forum with professors and students giving and 
taking free exchange of ideas on better education . . . thrills of being serenaded co-ed 
style by the Pikes . . . bright days ... Pi Phi days. 



Anthony, V. 

Anthony, W 


Burrell, L. 

Burrell, M. 



Page 172 





Dupree, J. 

Dupree, Y. 






Colors: Wine and silver blue 
Founded : 1 867 

Members not pictured: 

Shirley Haigler 
Mary Alice Pitts 
Peggy Simpkins 
Mary Ann Walts 






















Page 173 


"One heart, one way". . . to pleasure and fun, campus activities, serious college work 
. . . the guiding principle of the Sigma Kappas . . . college life enriched and friend- 
ships broadened at 503 West Park in Tally . . . fireside chats and faculty teas . . . 
twenty-fifth anniversary dance . . . picnics in the park . . . redecorating the house 
. . . partying birthday girls . . . wearing the Sigma triangle. 



















Grant, A. 

Grant, H. 







Colors: Lavendar and maroon 
Open motto: "One heart, one way' 
Founded : 1 847 

Members not pictured: 

Joyce Ayers 
Kitty Lou Burton 
Mary Frances Hamilton 
Helen McDonald 





Stever, D. 

Joyner Lyons 

Ramsey Roberts 

Stever, S. S. Stewart Thorpe 




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New Zeta pledges really becoming a part of the chapter . . . banquet room 
of the Floridan Hotel festive and friendly . . . Up at 7:30 on a frosty Oc- 
tober morn with Founders Day service followed by breakfast . . . Christmas 
spirits running high 'round the tree at the annual gift exchange . . . starry 
eyes . . . dancing feet to the rhythmic beat of Harry Sheperd's band . . . 
Zeta's January Stardust formal . . . week-end visit from the province presi- 
dent . . . life's nice at the Zeta house. 








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*/W rftfiAa 

Colors: Steel gray and turquoise blue 
Open motto: "Seek the noblest" 
Founded: 1898 

Members not pictured 

Betty Bolles 
Betty Burch 
Mary Ann Cannon 












Smith, M. 

Smith, V. 










Page 177 

President Martha Abbott and 
Secretary Virginia Budd 


Panhellenic, headed by Martha Abbott, has steered the fourteen 
sororities on this campus through rush week, the Panhellenic fac- 
ulty reception, and the Panhellenic dance, making smooth going 
for everyone. Among the functions of Panhellenic were the ar- 
ranging of initiation dates, planning for rush parties, and the 
Honor Court to function in case of any violation of rush week rules. 

Honor Court 

Chairman — Virginia Collins 
Martha Abbott 
Maurine Ashton 
Virginia Budd 
Mary Stallings 

Executive Council 

Martha Abbott 
Maurine Ashton 
Patty Lou Hill 
Mary Stallings 


Alpha Chi Omega Jane Gaertner 

Louise Sims 

Alpha Delta Pi Mary Stallings 

Harriett Kirk 

Alpha Gamma Delta Bety Jo McAteer 

Phyliss Reindel 

Alpha Xi Delta Mary Cooper Mims 

Josephine Dawkins 

Chi Omega Patty Lou Hill 

Claire Cashen 

Delta Delta Delta : Betty Touchton 

Betty Anne Shiver 

Delta Phi Epsilon Ester Argintar 

Sherlee Barish 

Delta Zeta — - Kathleen Johnson 

Dorothy Vincent 

Kappa Alpha Theta Ann Chillingworth 

Gloria McVey 

Kappa Delta Maurine Ashton 

Marjorie Woodberry 

p n j M u Sheila Smith 

Ann Bridges 

Pi Beta Phi Louise Brown 

Ann Rice 

Sigma Kappa Donna Bridges 

Betty Lou Jernigan 

Zeta Tau Alpha Pauline Council 

Mary Ann Cannon 

Page 178 


Tftontwi Saasict 

"And to you whom we have chosen, in the years both far and near comes the privilege of service to our 
Alma Mater dear." The Torchbearer Chapter of Mortar Board for 1946 is composed of nine girls dedi- 
cated to the task of holding high the three torches of Leadership, Scholarship, and Service. 

The spirit of service is the keynote of Mortar Board activity. Peanuts at the dems, cold drinks at the games, 
teas to welcome freshmen and transfers, faculty-student discussion groups, scholarship awards to outstand- 
ing students ... all these go to make up Mortar Board's contribution to her Alma Mater. No task is too 
great or too small for Mortar Board to undertake if there is an opportunity for genuine service. 

Faculty Advisors: Dr. C. P. Heinlein, Mrs. Lou Miller, Miss Elizabeth Thomson. 

Members: Beatrice Weaver, president; Shirley Duggan, vice-president; Maurine Ashton, secretary; Martha 
Jane Brown, treasurer; Margaret Baugh, editor; Peggy Lou Thomas, historian; Ann Carolyn Allison, Cath- 
erine Barrs, Judy Pepper. 

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Martha Peacock President 

Juanita Krentzman Vice-President 

Mary Louise Van Netta Secretary 

Iris Parsons Treasurer 

Connie Savage Historian 

Faculty Advisors 

Dr. Dorothy Hoffman 
Dr. Venila L. Shores 

For many eager, knowledge-thirsty freshmen scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman "Phi Beta 
Kappa," provides an incentive toward greater scholarship. Newcomers who maintain a 2.5 for the first 
two quarters of their college career may be invited to become members. 

Members: Lucy Feiden, Babs McCarthy, Catherine Sullivan, Ann Fielding, Audrey Evans, Irma Lee Shep- 
herd, Fay Bass, Ruth Mary Bliss, Connie Baker, Mamie Ruth Bradly, Rita Genzier, Pat Pattishall, Gloria 
Hughes, Joanne Newman, Josephine Storey, Mary Trowbridge, Lelia Van Netta, Adeline Ynes, Joyce Petty, 
Anne Lindsey, Betty Sue Gray, Anne Singleton, Yolanda Arias, Eleanor Chisholm, Annie Dias. 

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"Remember picnics and parties together . . . the sight of a bright Even feather . . . the green and the white stands for all that is 
right . . . that's Esteren." No higher recognition can come to an Even than to be tapped for Esteren, the Even honorary, whose 
silver cauldron symbolizes Even spirit, Even friendship, college loyalty, service, and leadership. 

Members: Sarah Bennett, president; Bee Weaver, vice-president; Gladys Lester, treasurer; Betty Alday, Ann Carolyn Allison, Maurine 
Ashton, Catherine Barrs, Margaret Baugh, Martha Jane Brown, Ruth Dismore, Shirley Duggan, Lura Beth Evans, Jo Guthrie, Corinne 
Johnston, Madelyn King, Jean Koesy, Kit Land, Jane Lyles, Betty Jo McAteer, Audrey Perry, Ella May Quinby, Ida Lee Rentz, Janet 
Rogers, Jimmie Rogers, Louise Sikes, Mary Stallings, Peggy Lou Thomas. 

Faculty: Miss Fox, Miss Krentzman, Miss Lynn, Miss Montgomery, Dr. Moore, Dr. Richards, Mrs. Richards, Miss Richardson, Miss 
Schornhorst, Miss Stevenson, Miss Thompson, Miss Tryon, Miss Warren. 

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"Spirogira, friends and pals together, always you come first with me . . . you are the skeleton of everything that college ought to 
be . . ." The girls who wear the gold skull on their black shirts are the very height of Odd-dom, and they love it. In ye moste an- 
ciente fashion, they challenged Esteren to a mock basketball game, caroused on their annual hayride, and grimly marched through 
the dining hall to tap goats. For all of their effervescence, theirs is the serious job of providing leadership in the Odd Classes and of 
inspiring loyalty to their college and to Odd traditions. 

Members: Frances Myers, president; Rosetta Carver, Nell Clark, Jean Cole, Ann Colvin, Robin Hill, Barbara Irving, Sarah Lewis, Vir- 
ginia Palmer, Betty Schwartz, Bo Peep Shell, B. J. Singleton, Peggy Lu Thompson, Clarice Trueblood, Kay Van Deurs, Nancy Ward, 
Mary Louise White. 

Faculty: Dr. Bellamy, Miss Deviny, Miss Dorman, Miss Greenberg, Miss Papatsos, Miss Thompson, Miss Tracy, Miss West. 

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'Kafrfra *Ddfa Pi 

For many centuries the title "teacher" has merited respect and gratitude for the incalculable service performed by the 
members of this profession in devoting their lives to the enlightenment of those, young and old, who seek truth and wis- 
dom. It is fitting, then, that to students in the field of education the little scroll key of Kappa Delta Pi should be the 
most cherished scholastic honor attainable. 

Members: Miss Edna Parker, president; Miss Ruth Smith, vice-president; Miss Fannie Shaw, treasurer; Aileen James, 
corresponding secretary; Frances Rutland, secretary; Nell McNeil, publicity secretary; Dr. M. R. Hinson, counselor; Helen 
Atwater, Maurine Ashton, Catherine Barrs, Alice Crume, Hilda Dodson, Doris Hill, Peggy Hines, Barbara Irvin, Jean 
Mark, Mary Marshall, Harriett McCarter, Madge Overstreet, Erin Poythress, Joan Shanor, Ann Tate, Evelyn Tsangaris, 
Mildred Turner, Ann Widerquist, Ruth Young, Ida Lula Davis, Margaret Harley, Aurora Faedo, Miss Chapman, Mr. 
Cason, Dr. Eyman, Miss Tryon. 

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Members: Carolyn Flewellen, president; 
Margaret Anne Duggar, secretary-treasurer; 
Mrs. Ruth Ferguson, Miss Ethyl Holloway, 
Miss Helen Richey, Dean Margaret Sandels, 
Miss Ellen Wright, Miss Anna MacSikes, 
Carolyn Glenn, Clarice Langston, Eloise Levy, 
Mrs. Lottie Parler, Grace Sims, Jocelyn Zieg- 
ler, Esther Louise Dale. Graduate members. 
Margaret Fisher, Mary Rhame. 

For those in the field of home economics who have maintained high scholarship and have given promise of 
leadership and future achievement in this field, Omicron Nu offers recognition. Every year it awards a scholar- 
ship cup to the sophomore majoring in home economics who has made the highest average during her fresh- 
man year. 


"History is not a pageant but a way of life," and for those who have combined high scholarship with note- 
worthy success in historical research, Phi Alpha Theta offers recognition. 

1 1 

Members: Jean Maroni, president; Emma 
Jean Hackle, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Venila 
Shores, Dr. Annie Popper, Miss Florence 
Tryon, Miss Daisy Parker, Miss Mary 
Thomos, Mary Elizabeth Stallings, Anne 
Tate, Ann Carolyn Allison, Martha Jane 
Brown, Mabel Pope, Maria Garcia, Gloria 
Sue Reid, Joanne Newman. 

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Members: Theo Brown, grand alchemist; 
Mary Jane Kirst, visor; Betty Trigg Thomp- 
son, recorder; Mary Langston, sergeant-at- 
arms; Joyce Funke, Carmen Gomez, Ruth 
L'Engle, Jean Ann White, Juanita Nord, 
Ann McDonald, Mercedes Hernandez, Mar- 
tha Powers, Josephine Dawkins. Honorary 
members: Miss Mary Claybrook, Miss Olive 
Engel, Dr. L. J. Lewis, Miss Isabell McKin- 
nell, Dr. Jennie Tilt. 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon, the chemistry honorary, stands for scholarship and outstanding achievement in chem- 
istry. There is a spirit of fellowship among its members which comes from a common interest in scientific re- 
search and a common struggle with formulae, Bunsen burners, and test tubes. 


Alpha Epsilon Delta is the newest 
honorary on campus, the local chap- 
ter having been founded at FSCW 
this year. It recognizes meritorious 
fulfillment of its scholastic stand- 
ards by those who are preparing 
themselves for further study in the 
field of medicine. 

Members: Joyce Funke, president; Joanne 
Whitaker, vice-president; Ella Mae Baer, 
secretary; Peggy Limroth, treasurer; Carmen 
Gomez, Marian Ferraro, Sarah Stewart, 
Jackie Partin, Marilyn Sumner, "Teeny" 
Langston, Dr. Viola Graham. 

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Membership in Pi Delta Phi, the French honorary, is extended only to those who excel in scholarship and 
in French and have shown on interest in French culture. 

Members: Eleanor Law, president; Ruby Plant, vice-president; Virginia Nelson, secretary; Joyce Funke, treasurer; Ellen Whitman, 
Juanita Nord, Frances Lyons, Pat Keller, Bettye Parker, Miss Mary Rogolino, Miss Lucy Lester, Miss Anne Holbrook, Miss Roberta 
Ackerman, Miss Mildred Finnegan, Dr. Dorothy Hoffman, Miss Marjorie Judy. 


The purpose of Sigma Delta Pi is to create a better understanding of and a feeling of kinship for all the 
Spanish speaking nations. Its meetings are conducted entirely in Spanish, much attention being given to 
the cultural contributions of each Spanish country. All members have demonstrated high scholarship and 
fluency in Spanish. 


Members: Helen Tarapani, president; Rubie 
Plant, vice-president; Joan Shanor, secre- 
tary; Emma Jeane Hackle, treasurer; Mary 
Tinsley, historian; Maurine Ashton, Eleanor 
Law, Ruth Hixon, Ruth Dismore, Lorraine 
Smith, Margaret Hadley, Marie Bain, Eleanor 
Chisholm, Dorothy Bush, Pat Thomas, Vivian 
Mercer, Ordina Lombarduo, Dr. Margie 
Burks, Miss Ruth Campbell, Miss Myrtle 
Dolbee, Dr. Dorothy Hoffman, Miss Mar- 
jorie Judy, Mrs. Nellie Kannwischer, Miss 
Mildred Finnegan, Dr. A. R. Seymour, Dr. 
Myra Yancey, Miss Anne Holbrook, Miss 
Mary Rogolino. 


Members: Miss Mary Winslow, president; Miss 
Gladys Koch, vice-president; Miss Ruby Dunstan, 
secretary; Miss Mary Reeder, treasurer; Dr. Doak 
S. Campbell, Dean Emeritus Ella Scoble Opperman, 
Dean Karl O. Kuersteiner, Miss Etta Robertson, 
Miss Zadie Phipps, Mrs. Mary Meginnis, Mr. Wai- 
ter Ruel Cowles, Miss Lucille Wagner, Miss Mar- 
jorie Clayton, Miss Rebecca Rodenberg, Mr. Owen 
F. Sellers, Mrs. Ramona C. Beard, Miss Ogla 
Eitner, Miss Margaret Sutton, Fawn Trawick 
Eleanor Bragg, Rachael CrotweM. 

"Music hath charm . . ." and Pi Kappa Lambda honors those who have shown their aptitude in music. 
Their talents, however, are not kept hidden but are bountifully offered to the entire campus to hear and 


"The play's the thing," and for those who have demonstrated their dramatic ability, Zeta Phi Eta, the 
speech honorary, offers recognition. Its members can be quickly spotted with their fingers in many en- 
tertainment pies on campus — playnight, the demonstrations, their own campus productions, and individ- 
ual recitals. 

Members: Barbara Holt, president; Beatrice 
Weaver, vice-president; Katherine Steed, 
secretary; Maurine Petty, treasurer; Anne 
Hunter, Sarah Lewis, Bonnie Hunt, Pat Pat- 
tishall, Bettye Usher, Bobby Usher, Marianne 
Cannon, Elaine Parramour, Joy Fleming, 
Mary Marshall, Mary Jane Inabnit, Nancy 
McClaren, Burma Cox, Kay Moore, Louise 
lllingsworth, Sarah Norman, Miss Elizabeth 
Thompson, Miss Wiley. 

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Page 192 

Under the chairmanship of Harriet McCarter, and with Peggy Kay, Mar- 
garet Winton, Betty Kennedy, and Sara Ellen Glenn as members, the Organi- 
zations Committee functioned as the directors of extra-curricular activities. 
A complete reworking of the Activity Point Load and the reorganization of 
the duties of the committee itself was the main task of the group this year. 
The duties of each officer and the program of every organization was re- 
evaluated in order to limit and grade the extra-curricular work of the organi- 
zation-minded students. By this efficient method the over-ambitious BWOC 
is prevented from carrying too many activities, and the work of the campus 
organizations is directed toward a more progressive, well-coordinated cam- 
pus life. 

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"Goody!" the staff of the 1946 FLASTACOWO was heard to cry early 
in September, "Now that the war's over, we can have the kind of annual 
we want!" Plans were accordingly laid for the proverbial "bigger 'n 
better" FLASTACOWO (it was later in the year that we altered our aim 
some . . . upon discovery that the war WASN'T over for the printing, 
paper, and engraving industries). Hours of consultation ensued among 
the members of the editorial board — with Margaret Baugh, as editor 
in chief, leading the planning; Kit Land, assistant editor; Franklin 
Smith, copy editor; Betty Ann Shiver, features editor; and Jane Lyles, 
activities editor, all adding their original ideas. After weeks of sly 
whispering in the Soda Shop, the theme finally evolved from the edi- 
tor's childhood favorite, Lewis Carroll's THROUGH THE LOOKING 
GLASS. Talented Jackie Magee miraculously captured the spirit of the 
enterprise in her colored division pages. Lillian Brown supplied the 

7&e ^(tfAtacowa , , , 

additional informal sketches throughout the book; Freshman Marcia Daniels attractively decorated the sorority 
pages; and Art Skevakis, another freshman, was responsible for meticulous lettering. 

Marshall Lee Vernon and Jean Ann Ramsdell headed up the Administration section, while Jean Sharer and Jo 
Craig devoted hours to cutting up and pasting down the largest enrollment to date for the Class Section. Idea fill- 
ed Pat Pattishall and Jean Ann Graham determined to enlarge and elaborate on the sororities' representation. 

Tackling the Honoraries single handed was red-headed Shirley Duggan. And Louise Sims and Sara Ellen Glenn 
planned and worked out the Organizations part. With a "Let's show action" aim for the Sports Section, Katherine 
Gallagher, Juanita Bowles, and Frankie Hall early learned to be on their toes at the 50-yard line of every sports 
contest. Petite Jane Lyles mastered the use of the camera and trekked over campus herself to catch material for 
the activities section. Tossed from section to section were chief cameramen, Lucille Barry, Hascia Levine, and Rose 
Marie Ferro. Helping out on every hand were Freshman Assistants Nancy Lefholz, Mary Catherine Moody, Ann 
Anderson, and Beverly Bacon. Dot Butts was Franklin's right-hand assistant for all the copy, and La Feme Quinn 
helped on the Activities staff. 

Trying nobly to remind the editor of the ever-binding budget was Mari- 
anne Jones, business manager. Her staff of efficient ad-hunters in- 
cluded Kitty Chaires, Paulette Blank, Jackie Nevers, Margaret 
Johnson . . . 

It was a year of hard work, of over-due deadlines, misplaced copy, 
flashbulb and film shortages, habitually broken cameras, and of "fla- 
•rtacobia" manias from overlong hours spent in the Flastacowo office. 
But at long last the 1946 Flastacowo went to press. And if we have 
put in photographs and print, the collegiate events that are worthwhile 
and memorable, and if the students appreciate and enjoy our work, its 
been worth all the worry, work, time, and effort that the staff has put 
the 1946 Flastacowo together with. 

Business Manager 

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Davis Chats 

Z 106 

The Florid 

Published by the S&udedb of 

VOL. XXXm, No.12 

Tall aha s 

Don Cossacks 

Youth Rally 

If ever a group of people could tell you the meaning of a 
circle, be it vicious or otherwise, it is the Flambeau staff, or 
the girls whose job it is to see that once a week FSC's news- 
paper appears in Westcott, despite high winds, an extraordi- 
narily busy week, or a scarcity of funds in Business Manager 
Helen Tarapani's books. 

Directing the policy this year and acting as general flunky 
as all editors wind up doing was Editor-in-Chief Janet Rogers 
who was always striving to print words of wisdom and keep 
an increasing student body well informed. Absolutely essen- 
tial to her "trials and tribulations" conferences were Peggy 
Kay and Anne Gaither, associate editors, and Assistant Edi- 
tor Lois Byrd who made the fourth member of the editorial quartet. 

A circular week with the journalists would reveal assignment sheets posted bright and early Friday, 
bearing the mandatory signatures of Peggy Lu Thomson and May Alexander, news editors, and 
Betty Jo McLeod who tipped reporters off in the direction of feature stories. Betty Dowd and Beryl 
Kitchen were the editors of sports and society respectively. 

Special writers Anne Hutton, Gloria Reed, Catherine Nollman, Jerry Crume and Barbara Wickham 
all had a hand in giving the Flambeau variety while Art Editor Lucy Fieden had her own particular 
problem each week in the form of the Spirit of the Week. 


i Flambeau 

>rida State College for Women 

Cossacks Chant 


JANUARY 25,1946 

Notice -to Seniors 


Campaign Ladder 

Chief make-up artist was Managing Editor Shirley Rodgers whose job 
was marking and writing headlines and situating stories gathered by 
reporters who often declared they had done the impossible. Checking 
for style and constantly on the lookout for grammatical musn'ts were 
Lola Rose, copy editor, and her blue pencil staff. Helen Tarapani and 
her business staff handled the funds and the advertising end. 

Comes Thursday, the red-letter day, when the Flambeau office virtually 
became animated with never an unused typewriter or desk to be found. 
The final surge of energy which must be used to track down last minute 
stories, find misplaced copy, plot front page make-up, and even occa- 
sionally beat out tardy editorials to the dismay of the linotypists, is spent Thursday night at the Democrat 
office downtown. Just before making the mad dash to campus before light flash the paper is finally 
laid to rest on its ears. 

On Friday the Flambeaus are posted — but, so are the assignments for another issue. Leisure time is 
legend to the girls who know everything that is happening on campus, but they wouldn't have it any 
other way. 

Business Manager 

Editor... Winifred Meldrim 

Associate Editors Peggy Lu Thomson and Ellen Whitman 

Copy Editor Betty Jean Thommasson 

Business Manager : Beryl Taylor 

Staff Winifred Lane, Frances Traxler, Bobbie Bell, 

Lucy Feiden, Kay Van Deurs, Barbara Beckman, 
Shirley Glover, Marcia Daniel, May Alexander 

Photography Anne Gaither and Hascia Levine 



Under the inspired editorship of Winifred Meldrim, the copy-conscious staff turned the 
Distaff, primarily a critical-literary quarterly, into a student's magazine, read and en- 
joyed from cover to cover. Fighting a rapidly diminishing budget, the staff neverthe- 
less attempted to stay close to the real needs and reading tastes of the students and to 
be concerned with their problems as the stimulus from which the writing grew, rather 
than with the stereotyped patterns of the conventional formalism. 

Seatwi 'ffycUl. . . 

Chairman Louise Sykes 

Secretary-Treasurer Edna Yearty 

Senior Hall has grown! This year 
for the first time in its history Senior 
Hall has been extended to include 
all seniors. With Miss Lynn as ad- 
visor, Senior Hall has assisted in 
many campus drives and projects. 

Members of Senior Hall are as follows: Joyce Airth, Mollie Albritton, Judy Alexander, Mattie Alford, Anne Carolyn Allison, 
Elizabeth Ardd, Caroline Avery, Ella Mae Baer, Bessie Basford, Catherine Barrs, Betty Bell, Bobbie Bell, Sarah Bennett, Dot Binger, 
Martha Nell Booth, Carolyn Bourland, Eloise Boyles, Barbara Brantley, Ann Bridges, Martha Jane Brown, Theo Brown, Judy Burnett, 
Lois Byrd, Angie Cammarata, Elizabeth Campbell, Sadie Campbell, Dorothea Carpenter, Margery Carter, Margaret Clayton, Ruth 
Stanfill Clark, Margaret Cockrell, Kathleen Craig, Letitia Croom, Lilla Crosby, Norma Cuervo, Ruth Cuevas, Maxine Currier, Mar- 
garet Dannahower, Eileen Davis, Betty DeVane, Ruth Dismore, Katharine Donohoe, Lois Dossey, Shirley Duggan, Margaret Dugger. 
Doris Dunn, Peggy Elliot, Sue Harrison Englander, Babe Evans, Evelyn Eldridge, Norma Falcon, Eurasia Fernandez, Ann Fifield, 
Helen Filledes, Beulah Fletcher, Carolyn Flewellen, Etta Fraser, Lonnie Friday, Sara Friscia, Joyce Funke, Betty Jo Fussell, Margie 
Lou Fussell, Anna Gaither, Catherine Gallagher, Dora Golden, Eugenia Gregory, Shirley Grube, Jo Gutherie, Emma Jean Hackle, 
Frankie Hall, Edna Hammer, Geraldine Hansen, Bette Hemphill, Gloria Hendry, Betty Lou Henneke, Doria Hill, Peggy Hines, Ruth 
Hixon, Barbara Holt, Elizabeth Hudson, Ava James, Corinne Johnston, Lucille Jordan, Peggy Kay, Marianne Kemp, Lillian Ken- 
nedy, Madelyn King, Jeanne Koesy, Teeny Langston, Jean Leslie, Skooks Lester, Peggy Limroth, Grace Lindberg, Jean Longdon, 
Mary Lopresti, Ruby Mann, Jean Marani, Danny Martin, Irene Mendoza, Lila Merriam, Mary Earl Myers, Margaret McCain, Happy 
McCarter, Doris Mcintosh, Catherine McKinnon, Doris McLeod, Lola Miller, Alice Neef, Jane Northen, Madge Overstreet, Eliza- 
beth Parker, Betty Pooser, Peggy Pearson, Audrey Perry, Maurine Petty, Phyllis Porr, Lois Preston. 

Ruth Rabb, Janie Redfern, Mary Rehard, Dorothy Roberts, Jean Ryan, Carolyn Songster, Shirley Schwark, Dorothy Scott, Joan 
Shanor, Katherine Welch Shores, Gladys Silverblatt, Grace Sims, Jean Sistrunk, Melba Smitzes, Louise Sykes, Lola Sparkman, 
Maxine Sparkman, Rhoda Spechler, Christine Stone, Ruth Mary Sturrock, Marilyn Sumner, Helen Tarapani, Anne Tate, Peggy 
Lou Thomas, Trigg Thompson, Virginia Smith, Bobbie Sweat, Mary Torres, Cammerone Trent, Mildred Turner, Betty Usher, 
Bobbye Usher, Jane Waldo, Mary Lena Watford, Bea Weaver, Fat Weedon, Ina Weinberger, Betty Jean Wells, Nancy Lee Wheel- 
er, Ann Widerquist, Marjorie Willis, Margaret Winton, Mart Wilson, Edna Yearty, Ruth Young, Jocelyn Zeigler, Catherine Ficcio, 
Alda Hagler Johnson, Betty Jo Barry, Anne Hutton, Helen Harper, Sara E. Polhill, Daie Hathaway, Margaret McCann, Martho 
Helen Carson, Dorothy Deble, Ailine Schulte, Agnes Bedsole, Elizabeth Bregger, Nancy McLaurin, Joyce Odom, Constance Smith, 
Annice Saunders, Phy Thomson, June Armistead, Eugenia Avanf, Wilhemina Anderson, Angie Castellano, Faye Ledbetter, Joy 
Little, Sara Roseborough, Geraldine Sullivan, Mary Stallings, Evelyn Stuckey, Ann Spooner, Dot Tucker, Alice Walton. 

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President Jessie McCalla 

Vice-President Doris Hii! 

Secretary-Treasurer Mildred Bridges 

The International Relations Clubs was formed to promote an intelligent interest in world affairs. This year 
the club has chosen the United Nations Organization as a basis for discussion. The Carnegie Endowment for 
world peace sponsors International Relations Clubs on campuses in this country and abroad. The membership 
of the organization is open to all students who are interested in international affairs. 

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'Day Students O^a^ti^atiatt 


President Daphne Rowe 

Vice-President Geraldine Brumby 

Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Koelliker 

Social Chairman Frances Howard Wheeler 

A very special organization is this group of students who are called "Day-light Seekers of 
Knowledge." These are the students who work and play with us by day and who leave us by 
night. They pile up activities and are "in" on everything on campus . . . Our contact with the 
"outside" world. The Day Students have their own room in the Longmire Building. This lounge 
is one of the most "lived-in" places on our campus with its notes, notices, announcements, lock- 
ers, soft chairs, glass brick and tile. These girls of the White and Gold are vital to our campus 
life. Their faculty sponsor is Mrs. Frank Miller. 

r^dwe Sc<M<imic& @£u& 

President Grace Sims 

Vice-President "Sister" Dale 

Secretary Margaret Donnahower 

Treasurer Bobbie Glenn 

Social Chairman Barbara McKinney 

Senior Representative Carolyn Flewellen 

Junior Representative > Barbara Irving 

Sophomore Representative . losephine Parker 

Freshman Representative Ruth Largent 

College catalogues since 1916 list the Home Economics Club as an active organization on this campus, main- 
taining continuous affiliation with its National Professional Group. The Club has for its purpose the develop- 
ment and promotion of interest in various aspects of home economics and the fostering of good student-facul- 
ty relationships. Eligibility for membership in the club is based on interest in the field of Home Economics. 

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% to. e *. 

President Margaret Clayton 

Vice-President Wilna Humphrey 

Secretary Joyce Petty 

Treasurer Ann Ranson 

Worship Chairman Betty Ruth Goode 

Community Service Chairman Ann Singleton 

Social Activities Chairman Betty Dowd 

Creative Activity Chairman Betty Lee 

Publicity Marius Core 

Social Chairman Dorothea McRee 

Office Manager Margaret Cockrel! 

Through meaningful devotionals, an intelligent application of Christian principles to social problems, effec- 
tive service to both local and college community, and individual creation of beautiful things — the YWCA tries 
to fulfill their purpose of seeking to understand Jesus and follow Him. 

With an ever widening desire for Christian service, the Young Women's Christian Association assists in orien- 
tation by sponsoring an inspirational candlelight service for the incoming freshman and by conducting the de- 
votionals preceding each convocation. Outstanding in this year's activities was the organization plan for a 
fund to secure a professional Y worker on campus to further strengthen the work of the association. 

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Ttemntut (fyctfl. 

Moderator..... ... Father J. M. Borg 

President (First quarter) Eileen Perry 

(Second quarter) __ | rene Mendoza 

Vice-President G , oria Basj | a 

Corresponding Secretary.... A nn p ar | <er 

Recording Secretary. Catherine Suiiivan 

Treasurer - Al ice Neef 

Freshman Adviser Rose Mane Ferr0 

Parliamentarian... '_ Amelia Pavese 

Senior Representative Naomi Vaught 

Junior Representative M ary M\ ms 

Sophomore Representative Martha Carter 

The Catholic girls on campus constitute the membership of the Newman Club. With a variety of activities — 
from religious or intellectual discussion groups to fun-packed social activities — the Newman Club serves as a 
medium of closer friendship for its members. Cor Ad Cor Loquitur, Heart Speaketh to Heart, is the expressive 
motto of the group. 

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President Harriette McCarter 

Vice-President Josephine Dawkins 

Secretary . ... Joan Shanor 

Treasurer . . Letitia Croom 

Workshop Eleanor Boothby 

Altar Shirley Dorr 

Library- .. Frances Taylor 

Food Irma Hammond 

Publicity ... Dorothy Sperry 

Music Sarah Lewis 

Social Carolyn Smith 

Study Class- ... Robin Hill 

Worship Luella Rouse 

Freshmen Membership Doris Corry 

Upperclassmen Membership 

Barbara Randolph 

Off Campus Membership _ Sarah McKelvey 

The Canterbury Club is an organization made up of all Episcopal Students on the 
campus. The Vestry is the governing body that plans and directs the activities of this 

TVettmuttte* ?eMMv4fafc 

President. ..Etta Fraser 

Vice-President Jocelyn Zeigler 

Secretary. Betty McRase 

Treasurer ... Irene Coleman 

Spiritual Life ... Ava Janes 

Worship. Marjorie Potter 

Westminster Chimes Ruthmary Bliss 

Publicity Lillian Fagan 

Social .Lillian Kennedy 

Program Jocelyn Zeigler 

Music ... .. Dalia Santos 

Fellowship F'eggy Lou Thomas 
Freshman Stella Barrineau 

he Westminster Fellowship is the organization on campus to which all Presbyterian 
tudents automatically belong upon entering college. The Student Counselor, Miss 
Airiam Wilson, and a council composed of upperclassmen students seek to enlist all 
resbyterian girls in the activities of the church. They have learned that church 
'ork is Fun! 

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&afittAt Student vlvUwi 

B. S. U? Why it's fun, good clean fun . . . it's a retreat by a lake . . . sheer joy drawn from the Master- 
sources . . . trust in the Father, boundless hope in the future . . . the consciousness of seeking to do the 
will of God. 

JUNIOR COUNCIL — Enlistment Chairman, Peggy Stanaland; social chairman, Ida Lee Rentz; devotional 
chairman, Carol Johnson; secretary, Jimmie Rogers; treasurer, Dorothy Crotts; publicity chairman, Mar- 
garet Turnage; house hostess, Charlotte McGeachy; music chairman, Mary Helen Lew; promotional di- 
rector, Amarene Thompson. 

SENIOR COUNCIL — President, Barbara Holt; enlistment chairman, Betty Redd; social chairman, Betty 
Speer; devotional chairman, Margaret Winton; secretary, Peggy Hines; treasurer, Margaret Parker; Sun- 
day School Supt., Emily Daniel; training union director, Clarise Thomas; Y. W. A. Pres., Louise I Ming- 
worth; life service band Rep., Myrtle Robinson; publicity chairman, Jean Satterwhite; music chairman, 
Pat Millican; promotion director, Doris Hill; house hostess, Mary Ora Pitt. 

I—, -J 

Presidents- ... Dorothy Binger 

Vice-President .__. Catherine Shores 

Secretary^ Wilna Humphrey 

Treasurer .. Carolyn Flewellen 

President Sunday School Grace Sims 

Community Service Betty Bell 

Fourth Torch Jeanne Newman 

World Friendship Betty Ruth Goode 

Publicity Tinkie Gregory 

Personnel Joyce Petty 

Music Joyce Carlton 

Recreation Chairman Ruth Young 

Motive Margaret Clayton 

Deputation Director Martha Jane Brown 

"To Make Christ a Living Reality on Campus" is the underlying aim of all the work of the Wesley Foundation of 
Methodist students. Together they experience fellowship and religious worship as they work to help any worthy 
cause that comes their way. 

^>'*tai ^>\it6, *i¥tt(el ^(Mactatfoa 


President Sonya Heyman 

Vice-President Claire Brown 

Secretary Ina Gotler 

Treasurer Ina Weinberger 

The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, the organization for Jewish girls on campus, continued to have a 
splendid year of activity. Events of the year included a Jewish Book and Antique Exhibit at the college 
library; the coordination of the elaborate Brotherhood Week observance on campus; a joint celebration 
of the Feast of Lights with the Hillel Foundation from the University of Florida; and a formal week-end 
which included religious services at Temple Israel; a formal dance and picnic. 

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Janice Richey - President 

Martha Jo Dunagan Vice-President 

June Chyna Secretary 

Carol Claus Treasurer 

The Christian Science Organization was formed in January, 1945, to include students of 
Christian Science among the students, faculty and staff of the college. Its object is mu- 
tual aid and encouragement in the study and practice of Christian Science. It is chartered 
under the By-Laws of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, 


The purpose of the Classical Club is to show the influence of the ancient civilizations on our own. This 
year the club meetings have centered about Roman Festivals which correspond to the modern festivals 
and holidays. Anyone interested in the classics is eligible for membership. 


President Anne Maclnnes 

Vice-President Betty Hunter 

Publicity Chairman 

Mary Ellen Scarborough 

Social Chairman Kay Moore 

Bulletin Board Chairman 

Mary Ruth Miller 


President Joy Little 

Vice-President Joyce Airth 

Secretary Geraldine Farnsworth 

Treasurer Rachel Crotwell 

This year the orchestra has done a fine job of cheering us up with concerts just when the students 
needed them most. Directed by Mr. Cowles, the girls have made us feel the lift of stringed instru- 
ments and the depth of kettle-drums. 


Mary Aiken 
Virginia Ailstock 
Betty J. Allen 
Frances Clopton 
Sydney Conner 
Rachel Crotwell 
Marilyn Dewey 
Frances Duckworth 
Geraldine Farnsworth 
Joyce Funke 
Gladys Ford 

Mercedes Futch 
Joy Little 
Marian Najarian 
Shirley Pelaez 
Rosalind Riegle 
Annabelle Redwine 
Mama Smith 
Gladys Smith 
Annette Vitsky 
Gladys White 

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President Ann Richardson 

Vice-President Peggy Elliot 

Drum Major Ann Richardson 

Secretary Frances Duckworth 

Treasurer Evelyn Have 

Librarians Emily Harper 

Elizabeth Harper 

Publicity Manager Beryl Taylor 

Property Manager Evelyn Breedlove 


Betty Jean Allen 
Mary Jean Bates 
Evelyn Breedlove 
Mercedes Futch 
Emma Guthery 
Elizabeth Riegler 
Gloria Ann Smith 


Frances Clopton 
Bayne Culburth 
Joyce Harris 
Marna Smith 
Beryl Taylor 


Cordyn Allison 
Jacqueline Floyd-Jones 
Joan Wongdon 
Marjorie Martgomery 
Chris Morrison 


Pearl Sapero 


Virginia Carr 
Mary Celis Diamond 
Frances Duckworth 
Peggy Elliots 
Betty Ruth Goode 
Evelyn Have 
Elizabeth Harper 
Emily Harper 
Eloise Harrison 
Willy Hatton 
Jean Avnots Helmes 
Elizabeth Hudson 
Cuida Martin 
Ann MacDonald 
Anne Owen 
Margaret Parker 
Betty Redd 
Ann Richardson 

Auvelia Smith 
Betty Steele 
Videt Stephens 
Margaret Swanson 
Barbara White 


Sidney Conner 
Nell Duncan 
Gladys Marie Ford 
Marjorie King 
Betty Loy 
Mariarme Morris 
Anetti Nardon 
Norma Parramore 
Betty Jean Poe 
Warrene Porter 


Margie Booth 
Annetti J. Vitsky 
Kathreen Wagner 


Mary Frances Allen 
Alice Ann Taylor 


Marjorie C. Davis 
Marilyn Dewey 
Robertta Perkins 
Annabelle Redwine 
Frances Venters 


Frances Downing 


Warrilla Sayer 
Nell Whitte 
Roberta Whitfield 

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President Claryne Hedgecoth 

Vice-President Joyce Funke 

Secretary -Treasurer Priscilla Clark 

Business Manager^- Ruth Ervin 

The Glee Club of F.S.C.W. will always hold a special place in our hearts. Their untiring efforts 
to bring us the best possible concerts and their enviable performances throughout the year are 
sincerely appreciated. During Music Week they worked with Percy Grainger to introduce to the 
music world "The Chamber Blue". . . Miss Etta Robertson has directed the work of the Glee 
Club and membership is based upon her selections from those who try out. 

Members of the Glee Club are: Jackie Belcher, Sarah Brameister, Jeannette Brown, Delores Claus- 
en, Mary Lois Conn, Joyce Funke, Margie Fussell, Shirley Glover, Betty Houlihan, Dixie Kennedy, 
Bettye Kent, Mary Jane Kirst, Anne Lindsey, Doris O'Neill, Sylvia Snell, Christine Stasinos, Pauls 
Teagarden, Patricia Thomas, Alice Wheeler, Nancy Lee Wheeler. Second Sopranos are: Billie Arm- 
istead, Eleanor Bragg, Emily Bridges, Sarah Brown, June Chyna, Priscilla Clark, Hazel Clarkson, Ann 
Daniel, Mary Davis, Shirah Dawn, Virginia DerGarry, Grace Elder, Artie Flanders. 

Jane Gaertner, Virginia Gallemore, Katherine Gremli, Mary C. Hart, Marjorie Headley, Lois Hyde, 
Celia King, Ruth King, Doris Lamb, Mildred Mann, Sylvia Meish, Loise Meriwether, Cynthia Merrin, 
Jonnie Mires, Margaret Moor, Mary Louise Morris, Anne Muataine, Helen McCann, Annette Mc- 
Clelland, Martha McCormack, Mavis McMillin, Betty Owen, Alice Phillips, Daphne Rowe. Anne Wig- 
gins, Joyce Williams, Emmalee Worn, Ruth Wilkie. First altos are: Joyce Airth, Billie Bagley, Helen 
Bright, Betty Barber, Phillis DeKalb, Hilda Dodson, Nan Durrance, Barbara Fennell. 

Jacqueline Fosdick, Claryne Hedgecoth, Evelyn Johnson, Doris Musselman, Peggy Pearson, Myra Rus- 
sell, Edith Smith, Marna Smith, Annie Stringfellow, Ann Townsend, Fawn Trawick, Mary Pat War- 
ner, Marion Welch, Sarah Lee Williams. Second altos are: Constance Bradley, Grace Bryan, Joyce 
Carlton, Ruth Ervin, Calista Hatcher, Mary Nichols, Madge Pilcher, Mildred Robson, Laura Simpson, 
Melba Smitzes, Martha Westberry. 


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Girls tapped for Cotillion are tops in dancing. They're the girls you'll see shining in the demonstrations ... or 
guiding a timid beginner in the intricate ways of the Tally Lindy. They're the wearers of the green jerkins and top 
hats, the most sought after at dances, the hostesses of the Alum Game Room. 

Cris Morrison served as president of the group this year. 

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The VV's — the campus heartbreakers, the vivacious glamour gals, the college cuties who use up a date card a 
month. Their winning ways are put to best use in their work as official hostesses for all college dances. 

Chief Heartbreaker Ysobel DuPree Chief Golddigger Sarah Jane Gallagher 

Chief Twotimer Nell McNeil Keyhole Peeper Norma Schaeffner 

Keeper of Dates Joan Cramer Motto "Dig, Sisters, Dig" 

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President Fawn Trawick Secretary Dolly Sutton 

Vice-President Eleanor Bragg Treasurer Alice Wheeler 

Founded in March, 1941, the Music Club has endeavored to expand musical activity and high standards of musical 
appreciation on our campus. The membership of this organization is comprised of junior and senior music majors 
who are outstanding for their high scholarship, leadership, and musicianship. Miss Gladys Koch is the faculty 
sponsor for this organization. 

Members include: Eleanor Bragg, Emily Bridges, Rachel Crotwell, Frances Duckworth, Nan Durrance, Geraldine 
Farnsworth, Jane Gaertner, Katherine Gremli, Marian Najarian, Doris O'Neill, Annabelle Redwine, Dolly Sutton, 
Fawn Trawick, Alice Wheeler. 

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1946 has brought about a rechristening of one of the most esteemed organizations on campus, the W. A. A. 
The name has been changed to W. R. A. through the cooperation of students and a faculty group. The pur- 
pose of this organization is to stimulate interest in a program of wholesome physical and recreational activi- 
ties, to promote athletic accomplishment and to contribute to the development of the ideals of health and 

The executive officers are: President, Jo Guthrie; vice-president, Clarice Trueblood; secretary, Nancy Ward; 
treasurer, Roses Marcoux; and Senior Intramurals Manager, Theresa Munroe. Representatives to the board 
are: Senior Athletic Manager, Frankie Hall; Junior Athletic Manager, Betty Donally; Sophomore Athletic 
Manager, Amarene Thompson; Freshman Athletic Manager, Mary Calley; President of F Club, Babe Evans; 
President of Tarpon Club, B. J. Singleton; President of Life Saving Corps, Skooks Lester; Chairman of Play- 
night, Shirley Duggan; President of P. E. A., Evelyn Stuckey; and Representative to Flambeau, Evelyn Shea. 
The membership of this organization includes every student on this campus. 

W. R. A., with the largest budget handled by students, had as one of its main projects this year, the resurfac- 
ing of two of the tennis courts. Provisions have been made to continue having all the courts resurfaced at 
the rate of two per year. 

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Vice-President Barbara Irving 


Secretary J uanita Nord 

Assistant Secretary. .Catherine Sullivan 
.Miss Grace Fox 

"Most honorable, distinguished, and esteemed F Club Members" proudly wearing the symbol of their alma 
mater — sponsoring color rush on brisk Thanksgiving morning — paving a brighter way to Games Woods — 
making a goat "wipe it off" — and finally — swaying to "Far Beneath the Florida Pine Trees" in the front of 
the new dining hall on Friday night. These are the girls in white — this is "F" Club. 

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Emma Spencer '28 
Simpy Yarborough '28 
Bernice Conklin '28 
Margaret Richards '29 
Betty Suhrer '29 
Betty Wood '30 
Edna Mattox '30 
Betty Bell '31 
Nancy Lutz '31 
Marian C. Phillips '30 
Dorothy Archer '32 
Helen Geffcken '32 
Dorothy Hicks '32 
Buddy Autrey '33 

Catherine Barrs 

Sarah Bennett 

Rhea Gallagher '33 
Grace Kirley '33 
Betty Bailey '35 
Felicia West '38 
Yvonne Marchesseau '40 
Cornelia Watson '41 
Jean Wood '42 
Paulette Noland '42 
Stella Volenti '43 
Margie Lambert '44 
Dottie McGahagin '44 
Aliese Trieste '45 
Catherine Barrs '46 
Sarah Bennett '46 

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President Evelyn Stuckey Secretary Joyce Garman 

Vice-president Alice Taff Publicity Chairman Rose Marie Ferro 

Program Chairman Vera Cone 

Fostering professional interest, and assisting WRA with intramural sports are two main functions of the 
PEA. This group consists of majors and minors in Physical Education and majors in Recreation. 

Senior members: Carol Avery, Catherine Barrs, Sarah Bennett, Eloise Boyles, Bebe Daniels, Dura Evans, 
Anna Giese, Jo Guthrie, Frankie Hall, Gladys Lester, Grace Lindberg, Theresa Munroe, Evelyn Stuckey, 
Dot Tucker, Ann Wilderquist. 

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Chairmen: Shirley Duggan and Ann Wilderquist 
Playnight, the sensational variety evening present- 
ed every Saturday night helps to take away that 
"Saturday night is the loneliest night in the week" 
feeling. It features F.S.C.'s aspiring talent with no 
place to show, which may be anything from the 
mad poetry presented in Falstaff's corner to the 
warblings of a dramatic soprano — in such attrac- 
tions as skit night, Freshman-Sophomore Stomp, 
dances and entertainment. Here one, as a guest 
of the Playnight Committee, may be sure of an 
evening of fun, frolic and fantasy. 


They can't bring the outdoors to you — so 
they take you to the outdoors. It's off to 
the ravine for a breakfast hike ... or 
away to camp for a lazy weekend . . . 
and starting this year the outing club is 
sponsoring weekly trips to the bowling 
alley. From these trips have grown intra- 
mural bowling. These and many other 
forms of organized recreation have been 
promoted by this club for everyone in- 
terested in getting back to nature. 

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President Betty Jane Singleton 

Vice-president Carol Claus 

Secretary -treasurer Anna Lou Rivers 

Sponsor Miss Ernestine Troemel 

Members: Camille Batten, Carol Claus, Virginia Collins, Doris DuBois, Babe Evans, Jo Guthrie, Jeanni Harris, Margery Holm, 

Anna Home, Skooks Lester, Barbara Jane Lindsey, Moira Long, Myra Long, Nancy MacEdwards, Sylvia Meisch, Pat Millican, 

Sis Myers, Amelia Pavese, Ann Richardson, Anna Lou Rivers, Norma Shaffner, B. J. Singleton, Phyllis Strickland, Trigg Thomp- 
son, Hank Tresvant, Dot Wynn, and Joanne Zewadski. 

Colors streamlined in white, as graceful and skillful as the Tarpon from which it gets its name, this swimming group is known 
all over the country. Demonstrations may include anything from the frantic antics of clowns to the dramatic scenes of an un- 
derwater ballet — complete with lights and music. These girls have had their talent exhibited in most of the theatres of the 
United States, and have won distinction for the suppleness and ease with which they glide through water. 

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^$e Saving @o>ifc4, 

President Gladys Lester Instructor Margery Holm 

Captain Anna Home Secretary Joyce Cayce 

Sponsor Margaret Stan ion 

All students who hold the American Red Cross Life Saving Certficiate are members of the Life Saving 
Corps. These girls volunteer to assist the faculty of the Physical Education Department in teaching 
swimming and guarding the pool. 

Sis Beckman 
Julia Beckman 
Betty Bergman 
Betty Blahemore 
Barbara Bond 
Dot Borbidge 
Charlotte Bouland 
Grace Bradley 
Evelyn Breedlove 
Elaine Brown 
Mary Calley 
Mary Cargill 
Laura Cason 
Barbara Chaffee 
Emily Chancey 
Rosemary Cieman 
Carol Claus 
Margaret Cockreli 
Virginia Collins 
Marvis Core 
Ann Cornelius 

Rosa Lee Davis 
Josephine Dawkins 
Betty Dixon 
Betty Donally 
Jean Douglas 
Caroline Drummond 
Mona Ferguson 
Jean Fleiss 
Betty Giberson 
Anna Giese 
Shirley Glover 
Mary Nell Goldman 
Virginia Goodell 
Coline Gunn 
Betty Harris 
Thelma Haymond 
Margery Holm 
Anna Home 
Margaret Hunter 
Katherine Johnson 
Ruth Kennedy 

Ellen Koenitzer 
Robin Lawson 
Gladys Lester 
Hoscia Levine 
Jane Levy 
Sheets Leyda 
Grace Lindburg 
Barbara Lindsey 
Moira Long 
Myra Long 
Nancy MacEdwards 
Roses Marcoux 
Babs McCarthy 
Bobby Meffert 
Esther Miller 
Pat Millican 
Em Nickenson 
Zathia Owen 
Dottie Patrick 
Amelia Paveisse 

Barbara Randolph 
Anna Rhodes 
Anna Lou Rivers 
Peggy Humph 
Gene Ryan 
Joanne Schwartz 
Margaret Shackleford 
Ann Singleton 
L. M. Steadman 
Mary Suber 
Bettye Thomes 
Clarice Trueblood 
Sally Watson 
Nancy Ward 
Martha Wright 
Mart Wilson 
Don Wynn 
Evelyn Youngblood 
Charlotte Younkman 
Joanne Zewadski 

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Odd Cheerleaders: Henrietta Tresvant, Bookie McMichael, Alice Taff 
Wylene Bender, Mary Alice Pitts, Gloria Lance. 

Even Cheerleaders: Betty Jo McAteer, Ann Wilderquist, Katherine Dono- 
hoe, Jean Ann Ramsdell, "Dip" Brown, Norma Schaeffner. 


"Even Spirits never die". . ." So well it's up with the Red and White." 
Hearty yells ring out over the bleachers as loyal odds and evens coax 
their favorite teams to victory. 

For the first time in the history of F. S. C. hockey, soccer, modern dance and 
archery were played at Thanksgiving in place of the traditional basketball, 
volleyball and golf. Bleachers were placed on the hockey-soccer fields and 
over two thousand spectators cheered for their favorite green and gold or 
red, white and ourole. 

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On dark, cold Thanksgiving morning hundreds of students and the band met at the gymnasium to 
start color rush with a bang. Ida Lee Rentz placed the green and gold on the gymnasium door. 
The same colors were hung on the library by Carol Johnson; Bryan Hall by Barbara Tait, and the 
History Building by Gracie Whidden. From the Longmire Building waved the red, white and purple, 
placed there by Willa Jean Towell. The dining hall and Westcott were also claimed by the odd 

Swimming . . . 

With grace, speed, and determination, blearie eyed, water 
logged odd-even swimmers competed in one of the most 
exciting meets of the season. The Evens glided to a per- 
fect finish by winning the meet with a score of 40 to 35. 

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Odd Team: Virginia Anthony, Winefred Anthony, Juanita Bowles, Catherine Gallagher, Nancy Gleaton, 
Mary Nell Goldman, Virginia Goodell, Lucy Handing, Mary Jackson, Nancy MacEdwards, Sis Miller, Lucille 
Ossenkop, Dottie Patrick, Marli Richardson, Clarice Trueblood, Nancy Ward, Nita Nord. 

In order to give more students, faculty and "alums" a place to sit at homecoming games, 
bleachers to seat 2000 people were placed on the hockey-soccer field. Incoherent cheers 
came forth — immediately the game was on — the odd team took control of the game 
and led at the half with a score of 3-0. In the second half the Evens once again bowed 
to the odds for another score. As the final whistle blew the Odd team led by a score of 

Even Team: Catherine Beazell, Jean Bennett, Sarah Bennett, Charlotte 
Bouland, Rosa Lee Davis, Shirley Duggan, Marian Floyd, Anna Giese, 
Frankie Hall, Kit Land, Jane Lyles, Ann Maclnnis, Audrey Perry, Irma Lee 
Shepherd, Evelyn Stuckey, Dot Tucker, Amarene Thompson. 




Clad in baggy sweat shirts and droopy sweat pants, the 
Odd and Even teams made spectacular entrances onto 
the field in a fire engine and an army truck. Excited 
voices cheered the heads bedecked in odd hats and 
even feathers arose from the bleachers. Both teams 
fell on their knees in the traditional huddle, and came 
up determined to win. The score was tied at the end of 
the half. The last half was ruled by the evens. The 
green and gold charged the Odd colored goalposts for 
two more scores and won the game by an even score 
of 6-2. 


Even Soccer: Catherine Gallagher, leader; Catherine Barrs, Jeannie Booth, Eloise Boyles, Babe Evans, 
Rose Marie Ferre, Elaine Gavigan, Anna Home, Candy Jones, Betty Kennedy, Jean Koesy, Betty LaBree, 
Joy Little, Alva Ray, Evelyn Shea. 

Odd Soccer: Virginia Palmer, leader; Lucille Barry, Elaine Brown, Mary Calley, Rachel Chambers, Bayne 
Culbreth, Betty Gardiner, Helen Looby, Marian Looby, Shirley Palmer, Enid Sandler, M. J. Satterfield, 
Betty Schwartz, Jeanne Schwartz, Pauline Tuttle, Cora Lea Wells, Sarah Lou Wells. 


Clarice True-blood, Odd leader, and Mart Wilson, 
Even leader 

The Evens whooped in led by their chief in Regal Head- 
dress of bright green feathers, while the Odds rolled in 
on a cart bedecked in red, white and purple, to start the 
battle of the baskets. The traditional contest ended in 
the traditional way: Evens 22, Odds 16. 
Odd Basketball Team: Clarice Trueblood, leader; Nancy 
Ward, Mary White, Betty Schwartz, Rachel Chambers, 
Betty Gardner, Elaine Brown, Lucille Harding, Esther 
Miller, Shirley Hargraves, Ethyl Clann, Jane 

Even Basketball Team: Mart Wilson, leader; Anna 
Giese, Grace Hays, Juanita Krentzman, Catherine Sul- 
livan, Amarene Thompson, Catherine Barrs, Jean Fliess, 
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Odd Volleyball Team: Mae Manning, Peggy Becknell, Virginia Palmer, Virginia Goodell, Sara Lou Wells, Inez Augus- 
tine, Joan Peters, Mary Nell Goldman, Ann Seaward, Joyce Benton, Augie Marino, Lois Meriwether, Marli Richardson, 

Even Volleyball Team: Sarah Bennett, leader; Jeanne Bennett, Jeanne Koesy, Mary Won Netta, Elaine Gavigan, Jose- 
phine Story, Joyce Garman, Dink Ashton, Dot Mims, Peggy Stanaland, Marian Floyd, Candy Jones. 


Odds? Evens? Who would win? That 
was the question when the two power- 
ful teams clashed February 29. The 
gymnasium was packed — and the 
cheers rang out for both teams. The 
game was close — the Evens managed 
to stay out in front and when the final 
whistle blew the score was 22-21 in 
favor of the Green and Gold — What a 
game — probably the best game of the 

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Intramural Winners 

Winner of Cup .Alpha Chi Omega 

Badminton Alpha Chi Omega 

Basketball Reynolds 

Bowling Alpha Chi Omega 

Bridge Magnolia 

Golf Alpha Delta Pi 

Ping Pong Broward 

Shuffleboard Kappa Delta 

Softball Pi Beta Phi 

Swimming Alpha Chi Omega 

Pi Beta Phi 

Tennis (singles) Alpha Delta Pi 

( doubles ) Chi Omega 

Volleyball Kappa Delta 

Girls who do not wish to participate in Odd-Even 
sports anxiously enter into intramural activities. 
Dorms and sororities compete against each other 
for fun and team play. The name of each winner 
of the activity is engraved on a plaque or cup and 
they may keep the award until someone else has 
won it. 

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Eager fans got back in the "swing of things" with the 
golf season. Bad weather and mishaps could not dis- 
courage these girls who are interested in "putting 
around." Again the Evens were victorious over the 
"idds. Katherine Jackson, Even, and Rachel Crotweil, 
Odd, were golf sports leaders. 

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Softball climaxed the Odd-Even sports seasons with 
a-hit — and the Odds were hitting ahead — to win 
the game with a breathtaking score of 2-0. Mickey 
Chambers, Odd, and Frankie Hall, Even, were soft- 
ball leaders. 

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"They float through the air with the 
greatest of ease . . . extension, contrac- 
tion, stretch and release . . ." At Thanks- 
giving time joined the parade of enter- 
tainment for the homecoming events. 
The Evens, following a Thanksgiving 
theme, leaped to victory over the Odds 
with a score of 130-93. Alice Taff, Odd, 
and Ann Widerquist, Even, were dance 
leaders this year. 


"Watch the birdie" — nervous heads twitched back 
and forth watching the final game which would de- 
termine the winner of the tournament. The Evens 
soared to the top to down the Odd team. The final 
score in games was 3-2. Sports leaders were Jean 
Carter, Odd; Jean Kosey, Even. 

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Odd Tennis Leader Enid Sandler 
Even Tennis Leader J ov Little 


Tennis — a fast, skilled game depending on an accu- 
rate eye, a strong arm and nimble feet. Tennis the 

game for everyone. One of the most exciting of the 
Odd-Even games — filled with turning heads and sus- 
pense. The Evens smashed to victory by a score 
of 3-2. 


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Zing . . . swish . . . thud went the arrows and another Odd-Even 
archery tournament was on. To the loyal fans who went out to 
cheer their teams on, the words "Bull's eye" or "aw shucks" 
were familiar sounds as the teams shot their rounds. Pris Clark 
finally led her team to an Odd victory over the Green and Gold 
by a score of 198-176. 

Odd Archery Team: Faith Adams, Carolyn Bragg, Coral Charles, 
Pris Clark, Margaret Harley, Pat Hourihan, Kitty Johnson, Art 
Skevakis, and Ann Seaward. 

Even Archery Team: Lu Ann Batman, Charlotte Bourland, 
Betty Burch, Emily Chancey, Doris Hill, Babs McCarthy, Amelia 
Pavese and Peggy Stanaland. Odd Leader: Pris Clark. Even 
Leader: Carolyn Bourland. 

A tense moment came at the end of the swimming meet, while the judges added up the score for 
no one had any idea who had won the close contest. The Evens, though, plunged to a victory of 
40 to 35 over the Odds. There was fast, hard swimming, and perfection of strokes and diving by 
the members of both teams. 

Odd Swimming Team: Camille Batten, Margary Holm, Barbara Irving, Jane Levy, Barbara 
Lindsey, Nancy MacEdwards, "Sis" Myers, Dusty Rhodes, Ann Richardson, Pauline Tuttle, Joan 

Even Swimming Team: Joan Boucher, Betty Burch, Carol Claus, Marilyn Dewey, Doris DuBois, 
Anna Home, "Danny" Martin, Amelia Pavese, Anna Rivers, Ann Shull. 

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Campfire days . . . we'll long remember carefree afternoons . . . basking in 
the sun . . . canoeing through the moss hung cypress Cathedral . . . 
cold winter nights beside the glowing campfire . . . Laughing, sing- 
ing voices in the starry night . . . camp friendships . . . yes, 
we'll long remember . . . 

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Late September and Freshman week . . . The 
bewildered newcomer takes her place in the 
pinching, pulling, pushing mob of oldtimers who 
scurry from all nooks and crannies of the campus 
. . . and 2500 girls complete registration under the 
new quarter system . . . 7:40 in the morning — but 
the still ecger freshman finds that 'tis the early bird 
who gets the bacon. Look at the line of those who were 
sleepy heads! . . . The crowd at the P. O. is as thick and 
slow moving as maple syrup — but worth fighting thru for 
that first letter from home . . . .Rush week — hectic com- 
bination of black dresses, high heels, tired 'n frozen smiles, 
hurried goodbyes, and hopeful wishes of members and rushees 
. . . Can you understand why the gal is tired? Oh well, Fresh 
man Week comes but once a year — -thank goodness! 

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Bow-down, thou lowlys! For the nervous seniors, accompanied by nervous sophomore sisters, 
have just breathed looong sighs of relief after investiture, when Dr. Campbell placed the long 
awaited mortar board upon each bowed head . . . November 16, and it's the Seniors who 
share Dr. Campbell's birthday cake. After each class has presented him with gifts and sere- 
naded him in front of the dining hall, the capped 'n gowned ones follow him home — for the 
"surprise party" that's fun for all . . . The Artist Series brought versatile Donald Dickson to 
sing for an appreciative college audience . . . Then came "F" Club goating and the final hec- 
tic day of initiation. Members, remembering the trials and tribulations of their own goating 
period, subject the goats to hilarious torture, even making a pair of false teeth smile . . . 
and gloat contentedly from the truck as footsore goats are confronted with that long, long 
road to camp ... to return the next day, weary but still smiling, and having earned the 
right at last to wear our "F." 

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Thanksgiving, again the gilded peak of Odd-Even rivalry . . . The "Garden 
of Even," scene of the sale of those ever popular feathers, would have made 
even Adam and Even take notice. The usually placid gates of Westcott 
take on the festive air of the occasion, ready to greet the hoards of alumnae 
returning to champion their teams. Even faces grow long at color rush as 
victorious Looby places the red, white, and purple on Westcott's door . . . 
But still ring out with "Even Spirits Never Die." 

Westcott's stately spires catch part of the 
spirit of the season as the Odd band 
marches down the aisles at convo . . . 
An endless stream of Odd caps flows 
from the horn of plenty . . . and fish 
in the fountain are only slightly amazed 
by the red, white, and purple cap perched 
over them. Said fish obligingly move 
over a few hours later to accommodate 
bet-losing Odds. 

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Dem chairmen draw for "first 
night". . . Nell getting the tra- 
ditionally lucky number for her 
Odds — with Ella Mae still insisting 
that the Evens had wanted the other 
night all along . . . 

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Odds find their places as Evens triumphantly 
march in to see Bea Weaver as the dashing 
Anthony in "Rome was Never Like This." 
And Evens step back the next night 
as a whimsical Pinochiodd comes to 
life in the guise of Kay Van Deurs. 

Green feathers and Odd caps ... a moving mass of color at the games. 
Spirited spectators cheer wildly as Odd and Even teams descend upon 
the hockey field atop a fire truck and reconnaissance car . . . Gals 
of the green and gold, having shown their prowess in the sale of Vic- 
tory Bonds, elect an ecstatic Corinne as Queen of Thanksgiving . . . 
Between games, martial music fills the air as the band parades — and 
Mortar Board "cleans up" on the sale of peanuts and pop . . . The 
gay, grand, and glorious festivities come to a climax at the Thanks- 
giving dance. Even those girls who didn't have dates borrowed those 
of their more lucky friends — but for temporary use only. Cotillion and 
V.V. extend invitations for the year . . . and another Thanksgiving 
celebration is over. 


The letdown after the Thanksgiving 
gaiety is filled with make-up studies and 
that Official Business that should have 
been voted on last week . . . and a con- 
fused Senate works long hours for a lib- 
eral FSC . . . This freshman will make 
someone a good wife — she's off to a fine 
start with the freshman home ec. trophy 
in her possession . . .'Twas bottoms up 
for Tarpon Club that Thanksgiving 
Week . . . Has someone lost a leg? . . . 
Each major organization on campus 
found the big fish and little minnows 
flashing their respective colors in repre- 
sentative swimming formations. We 
dash down to the local flickie to see our 
buddies on the screen and compare notes 
with their in-the-flesh performances . . . 

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Typical convo-capers revolve about the 
Westcott mike . . . with "This comes 
from Judiciary . . ." or "The Dean's 
office requests . . ." announcements 
filling its small mouthpiece . . . The 
brand new quarter system schedules 
exams before the holidays — and the 
usual dead week battle rages as to 
whether a collapsed or perpendicular 
position is most conducive to study. 
But neither side wins, 'cause the roar- 
ing fire and Christmas decorations 
bring dreamy looks and unstudious 
thoughts . . . We take time off from 
packing to see the Speech Depart- 
ment's usual finished product — Time 
and the Conways — but are still unso- 
phisticated enough to scream with joy 
when we get out a whole day early 
for the holidays . . . 

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Christmas confusion ceases and campus confusion continues as freshman elec- 
tions choke the calendar . . . The above-the-usual par-ness of the candidates' 
signs sends the voter into a frenzy as she tries to choose the best candidate from 
the multitude running . . . Those memorable "closed" Tuesday nights! But the 
housemeeting hubbub echoes through halls before the house president calls the 
group to order for those ever "vital" announcements . . . Male mail holds preced- 
ence in daily events, with receivers participating eagerly . . . January and the 
Artist Series brought dynamic Dorothy Thompson as guest speaker. The infor- 
mal tete a tete for the interesting journalist drew a fascinated crowd to the Long- 
mire reception room after the lecture. 

Ball up, under, in, or over — hys- 
terically elastic rules make all 
shots legal in the Esteren-Spiro- 
gira basketball game presented at 
playnite. "Sweet 'n lovely" Es- 
terens found twirling parasols and 
long skirts a bit cumbersome for 
trick shots — but still managed to 
score high! . . . Smiling peasant 
dancers steal the show in the an- 
nual modern dance recital . . . 
Shakespearean actors, Romeo-of- 
the - dimples and Juliet - of - the 
curls, rest between rehearsals in 
dusky Westcott auditorium. 

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Sophomores scampered for all their worth to 
present their crowning glory . . . Sophomore 
Hop. A super theme, with historic dancers of 
all times watching the proceedings from 
framed portraits . . . Uncute upperclassmen 
grab balcony seats for a view of darting 
dancers and dangling decorations . . . and a 
listen to the all-male orchestra that ornaments 
the background. Henry "Gavy" the Eighth 
and one-wife-Martha cavort for the amused 
audience . . . Blond and brunette, the King 
and Queen of Valentines pose prettily . . . 
And the climax of the ball, the inimical Dr. 
Richards and his wife Hazel, unveiling to 
"We'll never tell . . ." 

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February 27, and Spring is on its way with a 
brilliant display of student talent in the comic 
play, Blithe Spirit . . . Rubinoff favors us with 
an afternoon preview, but is overly generous in 
lending his violin to none other than our printer, 
Mr. Block — he seems to find his ears sensitive 
to another's melodious attempts . . . The Valen- 
tine rush swamps Mr. May, postmaster general 
. . . It's sports season again, and the Odd volley- 
ball team rolls in while the Evens truck over 
campus, cheering their ball players to victory. 

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Bookie's date, Lou, audits class with her — and Sir Galahads it by carrying 
her books . . . Knew that fish pond was good for something besides over- 
grown goldfish. Those romantical reflections of the present! . . . Where 
do we go from here? Wakulla! And straight from goldfish to more fish, 
of the pole vaulting variety . . . Knee deep is enough for early Spring — but 
her bathing suit never got wet! . . . Congenial friends, smooth music, and 
dancing in the Alum . . . Privacy? . . . Nope . . . remember the strategically 
placed street lights ... So it's laughing on the outside and crying on the 
inside . . . and a "I'll see you next weekend . . ." 

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«~ ^^^Hi 

"Spring has sprung, the grass has 
riz, the boids — and Charles Weid- 
man's dancers — -are on the wing . . ." 
In one of the most well-received Artist 
Series of the season, the troupe present- 
ed "David and Goliath." Pleased we were 
to spot an FSCW alum in the upper left of 
this group . . . We continue the losing battle 
for coeducation — and are only slightly dis- 
mayed when Dale Mabry airfied closes down. 
Why should we worry when we figger there's al- 
ways Sully, who seems capable of handling four 
frustrated ferns . . . It's definitely the time for long 
weekends at camp, canoeing through the Chain 
O'Lakes, bull-sessions around the camp fire — and 
we find a quiet Quinby, relaxing in a camp canoe 
. . . Spring quarter dead week finds the Thetas 
engrossed in the proverbial exam pastime — "just 
a few hands of bridge, girls?". . . or is it Old Maid? 

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^d&T COt4i 

Spring always brings its 
quota of tappings . . . Mor- 
tar Board,. Mortified, Esteren 
'n Spirogira — and Sopho- 
more Council. The oldies don't seem a bit eager 
to "trap" this young 'un in an off-moment as 
one of the 60 outstanding freshmen . . . Warm 
winds, crisp cottons, and the Soda Shop does 
big business in ice cream . . . 

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Future Rembrandts, da Vincis, and Mi- 
chaelangelos hide out in our art classes — 
here, looks like Varga by FSCW ... Dr. 
Campbell signs the charter giving Tally 
the first college Red Cross chapter . . . 
just call us the Angels of Mercy . . . 
Those colossal sunburns of early spring 
come from skipping lunch to bask on 
Jennie Arcade . . . April 6, and the Jun- 
iors and Seniors sport the latest in beaus 
and gowns at the prom. The court, Dink 
Ashton, Ann Carolyn Allison, Catherine 
Barrs, seniors, and Frannie Myers, Ros- 
etta Carver, Sarah Lewis, juniors, are 
crowned with a Chinese air ... At inter- 
mission, the crowd heads for the nearest 
smoking area . . . An all-time high in 
entertainment is hit with Norwood's 
originality sparkling in Junior Minstrels. 

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LaBree takes time off from studies to in- 
spect the prizes in the Inca display. Mr. 
Snow points out the high spots of the 
relics . . . Plans for a bigger FSC progress 
with the new dorm started in back of 
Jennie — 'tis rumored that telephones and 
air-conditioning are to be installed . . . 
Balloons, bows, and Buster Browns be- 
deck baby beauties at the Junior-Senior 
Kid Party . . . Seniors, worn out with 
graduation preliminaries, long for June 
10 and home. We try waxing philo- 
sophical with Jackson, who exclaims, "It 
was a tough fight, Mom, but I won . . ." 

Last look at the vine-clad walls as we leave 
for summer vacation . . . some grasping hard 
earned diplomas and some with a head full of 
plans for 1946-47 . . . For those with traveling 
ideas, attractive suggestions at your finger- 
tips . . . I'll take Utopia . . . 

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Dear F. S. C. we love you, 

Your hills and vineclad halls, 

The knowledge you have brought us, 

Within your red brick walls. 

May your standards never waver, 

Your torches ever shine, 

And in our hearts we'll always bear 

Your spirit true and fine. 

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for good things to eat and drink 

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Once long, long ago in 1886, a baby was born in North Redwood, Minnesota. The proud 
father, Richard W. Sears, a young station agent, called the new baby "The R. W. Sears Watch 
Company." This was a very unusual baby. He grew not from spinach and milk, but from 
watches alone. He grew so big in North Redwood that his father decided to take the baby 
to Chicago. And so the baby moved to Illinois. 

In Chicago, the father needed a good watchmaker for his baby who was growing big- 
ger and bigger and his diet was steadily increasing. An ad in a Chicago paper brought a 
good watchmaker to the rescue. The watchmaker's name was A. C. Roebuck who became a 
second father to the baby. 

Now the baby had two fathers so his name had to be changed. And it was changed 
to Sears, Roebuck and Co. By this time so many people had heard of the baby and of the won- 
ders he was performing, that he became popular and talked-about in all the country. 

So many people wrote letters to the baby asking for his help that finally Sears (the 
baby's first name) knew that a miracle would have to happen so he could extend his help to 
all parts of the land. So many people needed him and depended upon him that no longer was 
he able to take care of everybody. 

Then a miracle did happen! The baby grew so big that little, tiny infants began to 
form and branch off from the big baby. The little infants then began moving to different 
towns and different states and they were called Sears, Roebuck Retail Stores. This great 
miracle occurred February 2, 1925. The very first little infant who branched off was the 
Tower Store in Chicago. 

And then one day in August back in 1936, one of the little infants came to Tallahassee, 
Florida to make his home at 311 South Monroe Street. He found so many friends in Talla- 
hassee and at the Florida State College, that he began to grow and grow. As he grew larger 
and larger he was able to render more and more service to the people of his community. 

The baby wants to thank all his friends at the college who have helped him become 
what he is today. He wants to always be of service to his friends in whatever way he may. 
And to the underclassmen he wishes to say, "Be seeing you next year, friend." To the grad- 
uates of '46, the baby says, "May your future be just as bright and happy as your wildest 
dreams. Best of luck to you." 

Signed by the Baby. 

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SetUai /4ctivitte& 

Betty Alday ...Gainesville 

B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



Parliamentarian (1,2) Vice-President 
of Kappa Alpha Theta (4) Junior 
Representative to Judiciary (4) 
Honor Committee (4) Freshman 
Flunkies (1) Even Hockey (2, 3) 
Even Demonstration (1, 2) Off- 
Campus Committee Chairman (4) 

Judith Alexander Tampa 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Y.W.C.A. Bap- 
tist Student Union, Home Econom- 
ics Club. 

Mattie Lou Alford ... Grand Ridge 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 
4-H Club (12) Methodist Student 
Council (3,4) Social Committee (3) 

Ann Carolyn Allison Lake City 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Delta Delta Delta 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Mortar Board 


Sophomore Council (2) President of 
Sophomore Class (2) Methodist 
Student Council, Junior-Senior Prom 
Court, First Vice-President of C.G.A. 
(3) President of C.G.A. (4) WHO'S 
Chaplain of Delta Delta Delta. 

June Arm i stead Milton 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Glee Club, House Vice President, 
YWCA Baptist Student Union, As- 
sistant Stage Manager for "Blyths 
Spirit" (4) 

Maurine Ashton New Smyrna 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Delta 


Kappa Delta Pi 

Sigma Delta Pi 

Mortar Board 

President of Freshman Class ( 1 ) Co- 
tillion Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Even Vol- 
leyball Team (1, 3, 4) Color 
Rush (1,2) Sophomore Council (2) 
Secretary of C.G.A. (2) Junior Rep- 
resentative to Judiciary (3) Senior 
Representative to Senate (4) Senior 
Prom Court (4) WHO'S WHO 
President of Kappa Delta (3) Presi- 
dent (4) May Queen (4) 

Helen Atwater Chattahoochee 

A.B. in Education 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Kappa Delta Pi 

YWCA (1, 4) Cabinet (2) Secretary 
(3) Spanish Club (1) House Presi- 
dent (3) Junior Counselor (3) 
I.R.C. (4) Wesley Foundation (1) 
House Council Chairman (3) Lower 
Court (3) Off-Campus Committee 

Mary Julia Bailey -Tampa 

A.B. in Education 
Delta Delta Delta 

Junior Counselor (3) Band (1) Off- 
Campus Representative (4) 


Catherine Barrs 

B.S. in Education 

Mortar Board 
Kappa Delta Pi 

Vice-President of Sophomore Class (2) 
Junior Representative to Judiciary 

(3) Chairman (4) F Club ( 1, 2, 3, 
4) Emblem Wearer (4) Sophomore 
Council (2) Honor Committee (4) 

(4) Basketball Team (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Badminton (1, 2, 3) Soccer (1,2, 
3, 4) Softball (1, 2, 3) Co-Chair- 
man of Even Demonstration Proper-, 
ties and Stage Committee (3) Vice- 
President of Reynolds Hall ( 1 ) Co- 
Chairman of Freshman Elections 

(3) Senior Hall (4) Physical Edu- 
cation Association Sophomore Hop 
Decorations Committee (2) Junior- 
Senior Prom Committee (3) Color 
Rush (2, 3) Leader (2) Honor 
Student (4) 

Florence Bartleson... ... Jacksonville 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Chi Omega 

Even Demonstration (1, 3, 4) Fresh- 
man Flunkies ( 1 ) Radio Workshop 
Vice-President of Chi Omega. 
Treasurer of Chi Omega. 

Margaret Elizabeth Baugh Orlando 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Pi Beta Phi 


Mortar Board 

Freshman Class Secretary ( 1 ) YWCA 
( 1 ) Assistant on Flastacowo ( 1 ) 
Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Sophomore 
Council (2) War Activities Commit- 
tee (2, 3) Junior Senate Represen- 
tative (3) Legislative Committee 

(3) Even Demonstration (1, 2, 4) 
Flastacowo Staff (2) Honor's Day 
(3, 4) Editor of FLASTACOWO 

(4) May Court (4) 

Jacqueline Marie Belcher Dunedin 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Even Demonstration (1, 2) Musical 
Co-Chairman of Demonstration (3) 
Junior Minstrels (2, 3) Glee Club 
(2, 3, 4) YWCA (1, 2) Vice- 
President of Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Barbara B. Bell Eustis 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

FLAMBEAU Staff (3) Assistant Man- 
aging Editor (4) Assistant Copy 
Editor of DISTAFF (4) Junior 
Counselor (3) YWCA C.G.A. Dance 
Committee (3) Senior Hall (4) 

Sara Bennett Miami 

B. S. in Education 

Sophomore Council (2) F Club (1,2, 
3, 4) Emblem Wearer (4) WHO'S 

Treasurer of W.A.A. (2) Vice- 
President (3) Sophomore Athletic 
Manager (2) Volleyball Team (1, 
2, 3, 4) Leader (3, 4) Badminton 
Team (1, 2, 3) Hockey (1, 2, 3, 
4) Softball (1, 2, 3) Even Demon- 
stration Script (2, 3, 4) Even Dem- 
onstration properties and Stage Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4) Co-Chairman (3) 
Chairman (4) Physical Education 
Association (1, 2, 3, 4) Senior Hall 
(4) Freshman Carnival (1) Sopho- 
more Hop Decoration (2) Junior- 
Senior Prom (3 ) 

Betty Ann Bishop Tampa 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 
Chi Omega 

Even Demonstration ( 1 ) Junior Min- 
strels (1, 2) Flambeau Staff ( 1 , 2, 
3) Freshman Flunkies (1) Off- 
Campus Publicity Chairman of War 
Activities Committee. 

Martha Nell Booth .... .... Plant City 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Even Demonstration (2, 3, 4) Junior 
Minstrels (2, 3, 4) Outing Commit- 
tee (3) Play Night Committee (4) 
Home Economics Club (1,2. 3, 4) 

Carolyn Bourland ...Winter Garden 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Home Econom- 
ics Club ( 1, 2, 3, 4) Band (1,2, 

3) Social Committee (1) Freshman 
Carnival Committee ( 1 ) Even Dem- 
onstration (2, 3) Sophomore Hop 
Committee (2) Junior Counselor 

(3) House Chairman of Campus- 
ide, House Council (3) F Club 

(3, 4) Sports Leader (3, 4) Alter- 
nate Member to Lower Court (3) 
Junior-Senior Prom Committee (3) 

Eloise M. Boyles ...Live Oak 

B.S. in Education 

Freshman Carnival ( 1 ) Floor Chair- 
man, F Club (2, 3, 4) Vice-Presi- 
dent (4) 4-H Club (2, 3, 4) Soc- 
cer Team (1, 2, 3, 4) Basketball 
Team (2) Senior Representative to 
Judiciary (4) Junior Minstrel, Wes- 
ley Foundation. 

Barbara Brabtley Lake Wal^s 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Band (1, 2, 4) Classical Club (2) 
Junior Counselor (3) YWCA (4) 

Martha Jane Brown ....Lake City 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Mortar Board 

Alpha Lambda Delta 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Chairman of Sophomore Council (2) 
Second Vice-President of C.G.A. 
(3) Junior-Senior Prom Court (3, 

4) Senate (2, 3, 4) President ot 
Senior Class (4) Vice-President of 
Alpha Delta Pi (4) Chaplain (2) 
Vice-President of Wesley Founda- 
tion (3) President of Florida Meth- 
odist Youth Fellowship, WHO'S 
May Court (4) 

Theo Brown St. Augustine 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Classical Club (1,2) Junior Counselor 
(3) Floor Chairman 

Betty Ann Campbell Tallahassee 

B.S. in Commerce 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Member of Off-Campus Committee 


Elizabeth Campbell .__. Milton 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club, 4-H Club 

Dorothea Carpenter Pahokee 

B.S. in Commerce 
Band (1, 2, 3) 

Claire Cashen Jacksonville Beach 

B.S. in Commerce 

Chi Omega 

Even Demonstration (1, 3, 4) Junior 
Minstrels (3) Cotillion Club, Fresh- 
man Flunkies ( 1 ) Canterbury Club 

Ann Chillingworth West Palm Beach 

B. S. in Commerce 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Even Demonstration (1, 2, 3, 4) May 
Day (1, 2) Playnight Committee 

(2) President of Kappa Alpha 
Theta (4) Freshman Carnival (1) 

Virginia Collins Umatilla 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Delta Delta Delta 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Freshman Representative to Senate 
(1 ) Tarpon Club (1, 2, 3, 4) F 
Club (2,3) Sophomore Council (2) 
Chairman of C.G.A. Dance Com- 
mittee I.R.C., Delegate to Institute 
of World Affairs (3) Vice-President 
of Delta Delta Delta 

Kathleen Elizabeth Craig Coral Gables 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Delta Zeta 

Junior Counselor (2) Vice-President 

of Delta Zeta, Secretary, Treasurer, 

Senior Hall. 

Li I la Crosby San Mateo 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 

Betty Jean DeVane Plant City 

B.S. in Commerce 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) S.A.B. Social 
Committee (1, 2) Presbyterian 
Council (2, 3, 4) Secretary of 
Westminster Fellowship (3) Treas- 
urer of Religious Workers Council 

(3) Junior Minstrels Committee 
(3) Senior Hall 

Margaret Ann Dugger Winter Haven 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Omicron Nu 

Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Senior Hall (4) YWCA ( 1, 2) 

Margaret Alice Elliot _ Haines City 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Band ( 1, 2, 3, 4) Treasurer (2) Vice- 
President (4) Stardusters (3) 

Lura Elizabeth Evans Orlando 

B.S. in Education 

Even Basketball (1, 2, 3) Even Bas- 

ketball Leader (4) Even Demon- 
stration (1, 2, 3, 4) Even Tennis 
(2, 3, 4) Even Tennis Leader (4) 
Tarpon Club ( 1 ) Physical Educa- 
tion Association (1, 2, 3, 4) Vice- 
President (2) Even Soccer (2, 3, 
4) Soccer Leader (4) F Club (1,2, 
3, 4) President (4) Esteren (4) 
Mortified (4) Methodist Recreation 
Committee (4) Honor Committee 
VERSITIES (4) Senior Hall (4) 

Etta Fraser __. Brunswick, Ga. 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Junior Representative to Senate (3) 
Frechman Counselor, Floor Chair- 
man, House Council, Treasurer of 
Westminster Fellowship, President, 
Member of U T hsr Committee, Mem- 
ber of Organizations Committee, 
YWCA, Secretary of Senior Class 
(4) Even Tennis 

Joyce Funke West Palm Beach 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 

Pi Delta Phi 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Freshman Honor Roll ( 1 ) Sophomore 
Council (2) Intramural Volleyball 
(1) Even Demonstration (2) 
YWCA (1,2) Westminster Fellow- 
ship, Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Vice- 
President (4) Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 
4) Treasurer (2) Freshman Coun- 
selor (3) Bryan House Council (3) 
Vice-President of Pre-Medical Club 
(3) President (4) Senior Hall (4) 

Jane Gaertner Atlanta, Ga. 

B.M. in Public School Music 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Flambeau Business Staff ( 1 ) Junior 
Minstrels (1 ) Glee Club (2, 3, 4) 
F Club (3,4) Junior Counselor (3) 
Panhellenic Representative (3) 
President of Alpha Chi Omega, 
S.G.O. Secretary (3) Treasurer (4) 
Music Club (3, 4) 

Catherine M. Gallagher Hollywood 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Even Golf (1, 3, 4) Even Soccer 
Leader, Even Demonstration (1,2, 

3) F Club (3, 4) Senior Hall (4) 
Junior Counselor (3) House Coun- 
cil (2, 3) Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 

4) Flastocowo Staff 

Jo Ann Gentry lacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Phi Mu 

Playnight Committee ( 1 ) Freshman 
Carnival, Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) 
I.R.C. ( 1 , 2, 3, 4) Treasurer of Phi 
Mu (2, 3) President (3) Rush 
Chairman (4) Executive Council 
PanHellenic (3, 4) Handbook (4) 

Martha Permenter Gerber lacksonville 

B.S. in Commerce 
Phi Mu 

Carolyn Glenn Havana 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Omicron Nu 

Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Gilchrist Memorial Scholarship 
Katherine Godfrey lacksonville 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Chi Omega 


Clare Gray Jacksonville 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Freshman Carnival ( 1 ) Even Demon- 
stration (2, 3) Social Standards 
Councils (4) Board of Management 
of Rowena Longmire (3, 4) As- 
sistant Treasurer of Kappa Alpha 
Theta (3) Treasurer (4) 

Katherine E. Gremli Sarasota 

B.M. in Public School Music 
Orchestra (1, 2) President (3) Glee 
Club (3, 4) Glee Club Ensemble 
(4) President of Music Students 

Peggy Grimsley Ft. Gaines, Ga. 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Delta 

Off-Campus Committee, YWCA Bas- 
ketball Intramurals, Softball and 
Volleyball, Social Committee 

Shirley Lucille Grube St. Augustine 

B.S. in Home Economics 

House Council (2, 3) Vice-President 
of Landis (3) Presbyterian Student 
Council (3) Senior Hall (4) 

Jo Guthrie Punta Gorda 

B.S. in Education 



Band ( 1 ) Gilchrist Athletic Manager 

(2) House Council (2) Even Dem- 
onstration (2, 3) Junior Minstrels 

(3) Physical Education Association 
(1, 2, 3, 4) Playnight Committee 

(2) Life Saving Corps ( (1, 2, 3, 
4) F Club (2, 3, 4) Odd-Even 
Swimming (2) Odd-Even Modern 
Dance (2, 3, 4) Secretary of 
W.A.A. (3) Mondern Dance Con- 
cert (3) Tarpon Club (4) Presi- 
dent of W.A.A. (4) WHO'S WHO 

Emma Jean Hackle Winter Haven 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 
Phi Mu 

Alpha Lambda Delta 
Sigma Delta Phi 
Phi Alpha Theta 

Sophomore Council (2) Junior Coun- 
cil (3) PanHellenic Representative 

Edna Hammer Ft. Lauderdale 

A.B. in Education 

YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4) Wesley Founda- 
tion (1, 2, 3, 4) Junior Counselor 

(3) Senior Hall (4) 

Claryne Hedgecoth Jacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Chi Omega 

Social Chairman of B.S.U. Council (2) 
Secretary of YWCA (2) Sophomore 
Council, Junior Council, House 
Council (3) House President of 
Landis (3) State Social Chairman 
of B.S.U. (2) Budget Committee, 
President of Glee Club (4) Vice-Presi- 
dent of Alpha Chi Omega (4) 

Patricia Louise Hill Jacksonville' 

B.S. in Commerce 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Even Demon- 
stration ( 1 ) Vice-President of 
Freshman Class ( 1 ) Flambeau Re- 
porter, Representative to Off-Cam- 
pus Committee (4) Chairman (4) 
Executive Council of PanHellenic 

(3) Student Senate (4) Judiciary 

(4) Executive Council of C.G.A. 

(4) College Council (4) May Day 
Court (4) President of Chi Omega 


Baibara Holt — Pensacola 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

Zeta Phi Eta 

B.S.U. Council (2, 3, 4) President (4) 

Alice Katherine Jackson Lake Wales 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Even Demon- 
stration, Junior Minstrels (1, 2, 3, 
4) Golf Team (1, 3) Leader (4) 

Elizabeth Johnston Lakeland 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Delta Zeta 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Junior Counselor (3) Even Archery 

Team (4) Corresponding Secretary 

of Delta Zeta 

Lela Corinne Johnston Ft. Myers 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 



Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Chairman of 
Sophomore Council (2) Chairman 
of Playnight (2) Chairman of Even 
Demonstration (3) Junior Counselor 

(3) Senior Representative to Senate 

(4) Senior Hall (4) WHO'S WHO 

Peggy Kay Tampa 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Reporter on Flambeau ( 1 ) News Edi- 
tor (31 Treasurer of Junior Class 
(3) I.R.C. (3) Associate Editor of 
Flambeau (4) Senior Representa- 
tive to Senate (4) Chairman of 
Legislative Committee (4) 

Carolyn King Jacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Phi Mu 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Freshman Car- 
nival (1) Spanish Club (1) Play- 
night Committee (2) Off-Campus 
Representative (3) Softball Intra- 
murals (1,2) Secretary of Phi Mu 
(3) Chaplain (2) Historian (2) 

Madelyn King Tallahassee 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Gamma Delta 



Treasure of C.G.A., Junior Counselor, 
Junior Representative to Senate (3) 

Mary Elizabeth Knight Alachua 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

Band (1, 2, 3) Treasurer (2) Pub- 
licity Manager (3) Even Demon- 
stration (2) Junior Minstrel (4) 
Flastocowo Staff (3) Artist Series 
Technical Advisor (3, 4) Scene De- 
signer for Time and the Conways 
and Blithe Spirit (4) 

Jeanne Koesy Miami 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 


Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Sophomore 
Council (2) Baptist Junior Council 
(2) Sophomore Representative to 
Senate (2) Volleyball Team (2, 3, 
4) Badminton Team (2, 4) Soccer 
Team (3, 4) F Club (2, 3, 4) 
Vice-President of Jennie Murphree 

(3) Secretary of Junior Class (3) 
Junior-Senior Prom Committee (3) 
Senior Representative to Judiciary 

VERSITIES (4) Even Demonstration 
Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) Junior 
Counselor (3) 

Clarice Langston t. Tallahassee 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Omicron Nu 

Home Economics Club, 4-H Club 

Mary C. Langston -Lakeland 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon (3, 4) 

Alpha Epsilon Delta (4) 

Treasurer of Freshman Class, Treas- 
urer of Sophomore Class, Sophomore 
Council (2) F Club ( 1, 2, 3, 4) 
Flastocowo Business Staff (2) Even 
Badminton Leader (3) 

Eleanor Law Jacksonville 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Sigma Delta Pi 

Pi Delta Phi 

Sophomore Council (2) Episcopal Stu- 
dent Vestry (2, 3) Treasurer of 
Alpha Chi Omega (3) YWCA 
Council (2) Junior Counselor (3) 
Gilchrist Social Committee (2) 

Ruth L'Engle Jacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Delta Delta Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon 
Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Treasurer of 
Delta Delta Delta. 


Gladys R. Lester 

B.S. in Education 


F Club (2, 3, 4) Outing Club (1,2) 
Sophomore Council (2) Even Swim- 
ming Team (1, 2, 3) Leader (3) 
Even Soccer (2, 3) Vice-President 
of Gilchrist (2) House President of 
Reynolds (3) Life Saving Corps (1, 

2, 3, 4) Secretary (3) President 
(4) Physical Education Association 
( 1 , 2, 3, 4) WHO'S WHO AMONG 

VERSITIES (4) President of Senior 
Class, Tarpon Club (3, 4) 

Joy Little Miami Beach 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Classical Club (1,2) Orchestra (1,2, 

3, 4) Junior Counselor (3) F Club 
(4) Even Tennis Leader (4) Senior 
Interviewer (4) 

Jane Lyles Tampa 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Sophomore Council (2) War Activities 
Council, FLASTACOWO Staff (4) 
Hockey Team, Even Demonstration, 
Junior Minstrels (3) Esteren. 

Jean Marani Sarasota 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 
YWCA IRC Junior Counselor (3) Sen- 
ior Hall (4) Phi Alpha Theta, 
President; Phi Beta Kappa 

Mary E. Marshall Eustis 

B.S. in Education 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Zeta Phi Eta 

Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4) Band (2) 

Danella Martin Crescent City 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Even Demon- 
stration (1, 3) Junior Minstrels 
(2) Sophomore Senior Breakfast 
(2) Modern Dance Recital (1, 2) 
Even Archery Team (1, 2, 3) Even 
Swimming Team (4) Playnight 
Committee (2) Usher Committee 
(2) F Club (2, 3, 4) College Dance 
Committee (2) 

Irene Mendoza Hallandale 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Junior Counselor (3) President of 

Newman Club, House President of 

Landis . . . 

Winifred Meldrim Elkton 

Chi Delta Phi 

President of Chi Delta Phi, WHO'S 
3, 4, DISTAFF, 1, 2, 3, Editor, 4. 

Sylvia Moscovitch lacksonville 

B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Phi Epsilon 

Hillel Foundation, Hillel Choir, Instruc- 
tor, French Club, Spanish Club, 
Modern Dance, Vice-President of 
Delta Phi Epsilon 

Theresa Munroe Tallahassee 

B.S. in Education 

Pi Beta Phi 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Spanish Club 
( 1 ) Even Demonstration (2, 3, 4) 
Junior Minstrels (3, 4) Physical 
Education Association (2, 3, 4) 
W.A.A. Board (3, 4) Senior Intra- 
murals Manager (4) Vice-President 
of Pi Beta Phi. 

Betty Jo McAteer Tampa 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Gamma Delta 


Even Cheerleader (2, 3, 4) Even Ar- 
chery Team (2) Even Modern 
Dance Team (3, 4) F Club, Chair- 
man of Junior-Senior Prom (4) 
Junior Transfer Counselor, Commit- 
tee for Sophomore Hop, Life Saving 
Corps (2) President of Alpha 
Gamma Delta (4) 

Jessie McCalla Orlando 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Transfer; I.R.C, Y.W.C.A., Junior 
Minstrels (4) President of I.R.C, 
Chairman of World Student Service 
Fund, Gilchrist Social Committee 

Hariette McCarter Tallahassee 

A.B. in Education 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Episcopal Stu- 
dent Vestry (1,2,3) Piesident (4) 
Junior Counselor (3) Committee 
Chairman for Youth Conference, 
Social Committe for Landis, Chair- 
man of Organizations Committee 

Sarah Jane McKelvy Jacksonville 

B.S. in Commerce 
Kappa Delta 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Bryan Social 
Committee ( 1 ) Usher Committee 

(2) Chairman (3) Junior Counselor 

(3) Reynolds Social Committee (3) 
Treasurer of Senior Class (4) Social 
Standards Council (4) Episcopal 
Student Vestry (4) Business Man- 
ager of Even Demonstration (4) 

Alice Elizabeth Neef 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

Newman Club 11, 2, 3, 4) Freshman 
Advisor (3) Treasurer (4) Spanish 
Club (1, 2) Astronomy Club (1) 
I.R.C. (2, 3) Usher Committee (3) 
Junior-Senior Prom Committee, So- 
cial Committee for Landis (4) Sen- 
ior Hall 

Nan Otto .— Coral Gables 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

Flambeau (1,2) Florida Academy of 
Sciences (3, 4) Student Assistant 
(2, 3, 4) 

Peggy Pearson Jacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Science 
Glee Club (2, 3, 4) Senior Hall (4) 
Junior Counselor (3) Playnight 
Committee (3) Outing Committee 
(2) Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3) Classical 
Club (1,2) 4-H Club (1,2) Home 
Economics Club ( 1 ) 

Bette Parker - Maitland 

B.A. in Arts and Science 
Pi Delta Phi 
Delta Zeta 

Transfer, I.R.C. (4) President of Delta 
Zeta (3) 

Judy Pepper Miami 

Pi Beta Phi 

Mortar Board 

Editor of FLAMBEAU (3) Assistant 
Treasurer of Pi Beta Phi (2, 3) 
Rush Chairman (3) Executive 
Council (3, 4) Cotillion Club ( 1, 
2, 3, 4) Press Club (1,2) Even 
Demonstration (1, 2, 3) Junior 
Minstrels (2, 3) Flambeau Staff 
(1) Reporter (2) Feature Editor 
(2, 3) 

Audrey W. Perry Tampa 

A.B. in Arts and Science 



F Club; Freshman Advisor; Junior 
Counselor (3) WHO'S WHO 

Rubie Plant Tallahassee 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Delta 

Sigma Delta Pi 

Pi Delta Phi 

FresrTman Flunkies ( 1 ) Freshman 
Council of Wesley Foundation (1) 
Bryan Social Committee (1) 
Y.W.C.A.; Even Demonstration 
Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) Sophomore 
Council (2) Junior Counselor (3) 
Usher Committee (4) 

Ella May Quinby Tampa 

B.S. in Commerce 
Alpha Gamma Delta 

Chairman of Even Demonstration (4) 

Delia Mae Rhodes Jacksonville 

A.B. in Education 
Phi Mu 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Freshman Car- 
nival ( 1 ) Usher Committee; Sopho- 
more Hop Committee, Junior Coun- 
selor (3) Social Chairman of Phi 
Mu (2) Rush Chairman (3) Pledge 
Trainer (4) 

Shirley Ann Schwark St. Petersburg 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club (1, 4) Social 
Committee for Gilchrist (3) Senior 

Joan V. Shanor_ Eustis 

A.B. in Education 

Sigma Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Spanish Club ( 1 ) Freshman Flunk- 
ies ( 1 ) Ruge Hall Vestry (2, 3, 4) 
Junior Counselor (3) House Coun- 
cil (3) Senior Hall (4) 

Elizabeth Anne Shiver ... Orlando 

B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Delta Delta 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Representative to Senate (1,2) Soph- 
omore Council (2) Transfer Coun- 
selor; Senior Representative to Ju- 
diciary (4) Odd Modern Dance 
Team (2) Flatascowo Staff (2, 3, 
4) Organizations Committee (1) 
Representative to Panhellenic (3) 
May Court; Honor's Day (2, 3) 

Louise Sikes Tarpon Springs 

B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Delta Pi 


Sophomore Council (2) Junior Coun- 
selor (3) Representative to Senate 
(3, 4) Freshman Flunkies (1) 
Chairman of Senior Hall (4) 

Grace Sims Hobe Sound 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Omicron Nu 

Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3) 
President (4) Secretary of Executive 
Council of Wesley Foundation (2, 
3 ) President of Sunday School Wes- 
ley Foundation (4) Life Saving 
Corps (3) Playnight Committee (3) 
Junior Counselor (3) Budget Com- 
mittee (3) Chairman (4) Senate 

Sheila Smith lacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Science 

Phi Nu 

Volleyball and Basketball intramurals; 
Newman Club; Vice-President of 
Phi Mu; President of Phi Mu. 

Lola Anne Sparkeman \_Tampa 

B.A. in Arts and Science 

Playnight Committee; Usher Commit- 
tee; Assistant Social Chairman of 

Mary Stallings Tampa 

A.B. in Arts and Science 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Alpha Lambda Delta 


Phi Alpha Theta 

Sophomore Council Budget Committee, 
Senior Hall (4) Honor Committee 
Pan Hellenic Executive Council 
President of Alpha Delta Pi (4) 

Katherin Ball Steed Orlando 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 
Chi Omega 
Zeta Phi Eta 

Freshman Flunkies Chairman ( 1 ) Even 
Demon;tration (1, 2) 

Ann Tate Murphy, N. C. 

A.B. in Education 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Kappa Delta Pi 

I.R.C. (3) Y.W.C.A. (3) 

Peggy Lou Thomas Clearwater 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 
Mortar Board 


House Council (2) Classical Club Pub- 
licity Chairman (2) Chairman of 
Worship Committee of Westmin- 
ster Fellowship (2) Chairman of 
Fellowship (4) President of Classi- 
cal Club (3) House President of 
Gilchrist (3) Chairman of Resi- 
dence Halls Committee (4) Co- 
Chairman of Youth Conference (4) 
UNIVERSITIES, State President of 
Presbyterian Young Peoples Or- 
ganization (3) 

Betty Trigg Thompson St. Cloud 

B.A. in Arts and Sciences 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon 
Delta Delta Delta 

Usher Committee (3) Off-Campus 
Committee (2) Tarpon Club (2, 3, 
4) Senior Representative to Senate 
(4) Senior Hall (4) 

Peggy Lu Thomson Gainesville 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 


Chi Delta Phi 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

FLAMBEAU Reporter (2) News-editor 
(3) Distaff Editorial Assistant (1, 
2) Associate Editor (3) Senate 
Representative (2) Sophomore 
Council (2) C.G.A. Forum Commit- 
tee (3) WHO'S WHO IN AMERI- 

Jeanne Tillman Lake Wales 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Phi Mu 

Flambeau Reporter (3) Copy Reader 

(3) Wesley Foundation (2) 

Betty Touchton._l Avon Park 

B.S. in Commerce 
Delta Delta Delta 

Playnight Committee, Junior Counselor 
Off-Campus Committee 

Fawn Grey Trawick Tallahassee 

B.M. in Public School Music 

Sigma Kappa 

Phi Kappa Lambda 

Day Students Organization (1, 2, 3) 
Sophomore Council (2) Glee Club 
3, 4) Music Club (3, 4) President 

(4) Treasurer (3) American Guild 
of Organists (3, 4) Vice-Regent 

(4) Treasurer (3) Freshman Coun- 
selors Day Student (3) Music Hon- 
orary (4) 

Frances Traxler Gainesville 

B.A. in Arts and Science 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Designer for Odd Demonstration (3) 
"Little Black Sambo" Co-Designer 
of "Time and the Conways" (4) 

Margaret Lois Treisback Jacksonville 

B.S. in Arts and Science 
Alpha Delta Pi 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Even Demon- 
stration (1, 2, 3) Junior Minstrels 

Dorothy Tucker Canal Point 

B.S. in Education 

F Club (2, 3, 4) Cotillion (1, 2, 3) 
Physical Education Association (1, 

2, 3, 4) Even Demonstration (1,2, 

3, 4) Dance Chairman of Junior 
Minstrels (1,2) Chairman of Junior 
Minstrels (3) Even Volleyball Team 

(2,3) Even Golf Team (2, 3) Even 
Golf Leader (3) Even Hockey Team 
(4) Even Softball Team (4) Fresh- 
man Flunkies ( 1 ) Life Saving Corps 
(1, 2, 3, 4) Intramurals Manager 
of Reynolds ( 1 ) Intramural Man- 
ager of Magnolia (4) Senior Hall 
(4) American Association of Health 
Physical Education and Recreation 
Convention (4) Outing Club (1, 
2) Y.W.C.A. (1, 2) 

Mildred Turner Lake Wales 

A.B. in Education 

Delta Zeta 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Social Standards Council, Junior Coun- 
selor (3) Senior Hall (4) Landis 
Social Committee House Council, 
Chairman of Social Committee 

Alice Walton Quitman, Ga. 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Delta Zeta 

Freshman Flunkies ( 1 ) Outing Com- 
mittee (2) War Activities Planning 
Committee (2) Freshman Counselor 
(3) Dormitory Social Chairman (3) 
Social Standards Council (3) House 
Council (3) Playnight Committee 
(3) Chairman of Social Standards 
Committee (4) Student Senate (4) 

Jane Garratt Waldo Hot Springs, Ark. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Phi Mu 

Spanish Club (1, 2, 3) I.R.C. (3) 
Home Economics Club (4) Canter- 
bury Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Even Golf 
(3, 4) May Court (4) Freshman 
Flunkies ( 1 ) 

Beatrice Weaver Kissimmee 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

Mortar Board 


Alpha Lambda Delta 

Zeta Phi Eta 

Sophomore Council (2) President Jun- 
ior Class (3) WHO'S WHO AMONG 
VERSITIES (4) Junior Counselor 

Mary Pat Weedon Tampa 

B.S. in Arts and Science 

Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Debate 

Club 1, 2) Junior Minstrels (3) 

Spanish Club ( 1 ) 

I na Wei nberger Tampa 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Transfer, Treasurer of Hillel (4) Jun- 
ior Minstrels, Home Economics Club, 
I.R.C, Senior Hall (4) 

Betty Jean Wells MacClenny 

B.S. in Commerce 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Senior Hall (4) 

Frances H. Wheeler Tallahassee 

B.S. in Commerce 

Day Students Organizations (4) 
Treasurer ( 1 ) Senate Representa- 
tive (2) Social Standards Council 

Jean Ann White Cadiz, Ky. 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 
Delta Delta Delta 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon 
Orchestra, Band. 

Martha Wight Sanford 

B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Delta Delta 

Cotillion, Newman Club, Even Softball 
Team (2) Life Saving Corps, Junior 
Minstrels (2) Odd-Even Demon- 
stration ( 1 ) 

Marjorie Willis Bainbridge, Ga. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club (3) Senior Hall 

Jean Wi Ison Tampa 

B.S. in Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Delta 

Freshman Flunkies (1) Y.W.C.A. (1. 

2, 3) Flambeau Reporter ( 1„ 2) 
Volleyball Intramurals (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Softball (1, 3, 4) Basketball (2, 

3, 4) Dormitory Social Committee 

Nancy Lee Wheeler Jacksonville 

A.B. in Political Science 

Glee Club, Freshman Counselor, Floor 
Chairman, American Guild of Or- 
ganists, I.R.C, Y.W.C.A., Episco- 
pal Vestry, Even Dem, Senior THall. 

Anne Widerquist Fort Myers 

B.S. in Education 
Phi Mu 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Freshman Flunkies, Orchestra, 1 , 2, 
3; Even volleyball team, 2, 3; Even 
Dem., 1, 2, 3, 4; PEA 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Sophomore Council; Even Modern 
Dance 2, 3, 4; Leader 3, 4; F Club 
2, 3, 4; Class Athletic Manager 3; 
Even Cheerleader; Chairman of 
Playnite Comm., 4; Senior Hall, 

Ouida Winchester Tallahassee 

Junior Counselor, Day Students Or- 
ganization, Treasurer 4. 

Edna Yearty Jacksonville 

B.S. in Commerce 

Vice-House President of Broward, 2; 
Junior Counselor, Secretary-Treas- 
urer of Senior Hall. 


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